Obama Meets with Former Rival Edwards Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama met with former rival John Edwards on Sunday as Obama and Hillary Clinton battle for Edwards' endorsement. As the long race for the nomination continues, talk about superdelegates dominates.
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Obama Meets with Former Rival Edwards

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Obama Meets with Former Rival Edwards

Obama Meets with Former Rival Edwards

Obama Meets with Former Rival Edwards

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