Clinton Says Michigan and Florida Should Count In an NPR interview, New York Sen. Hillary Clinton discusses the fate of the Michigan and Florida delegates, the role of race in the campaign, foreign-policy credentials and superdelegates.
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Clinton Says Michigan and Florida Should Count

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Clinton Says Michigan and Florida Should Count

Clinton Says Michigan and Florida Should Count

Clinton Says Michigan and Florida Should Count

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Hillary Clinton applauds at a rally at Temple University in Philadelphia on Tuesday. The state's delegate-rich Democratic presidential primary is April 22. Jemal Countess/Getty Images hide caption

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