(CNN)—Barack Obama has his eyes on the general election on the eve of the next set of Democratic primaries in Kentucky and Oregon, while Hillary Clinton tells voters the race is “nowhere near over.”
In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, Suzanne Malveaux reports on the ongoing foreign policy dispute between Obama and John McCain—a preview of what we may see this fall.
Meanwhile, Clinton’s counting on a big win in Kentucky Tuesday and bracing for a loss in Oregon, but she also took the time to remind Obama that he hasn’t locked up the nomination yet. Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley reports from the campaign trail in Kentucky.
The presumptive GOP nominee aimed fire at Obama Monday, in an attempt to draw attention away from the fact that five of the Arizona senator’s aides have left his campaign due to new self imposed policies against campaign staffers with ties to lobbyist groups and special interests. CNN’s Dana Bash has the details.
Finally: Internet Reporter Abbi Tatton takes you online to the latest Democratic National Committee attack aimed at highlighting McCain’s weaknesses.
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