After Obama's Sweep, What's Clinton's Next Step? After Sen. Barack Obama's decisive wins in Tuesday's Potomac Primaries, how does rival Sen. Hillary Clinton get back in the groove? Jennifer Palmieri, former National Press Secretary for the John Edwards campaign in 2004 and an adviser to the '08 campaign, weighs in.
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After Obama's Sweep, What's Clinton's Next Step?

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After Obama's Sweep, What's Clinton's Next Step?

After Obama's Sweep, What's Clinton's Next Step?

After Obama's Sweep, What's Clinton's Next Step?

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After Sen. Barack Obama's decisive wins in Tuesday's Potomac Primaries, how does rival Sen. Hillary Clinton get back in the groove?

Michele Norris talks Democratic strategy with Jennifer Palmieri, former National Press Secretary for the John Edwards campaign in 2004 and an adviser to the campaign in 2008, about how Clinton could regain momentum.

Palmieri is currently the senior vice president of communications at the Center for American Progress.