Obama aide thinks race will end soon
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) -- An adviser to Barack Obama says the
Robert Gibbs tells ABC's "This Week" that if it doesn't happen Tuesday, when the final primaries are held, then he thinks it will come "fairly soon."
The Clinton campaign shows no outward sign of folding its tent despite the unfavorable delegate math.
Her campaign chairman tells ABC that Clinton has received more votes than anyone ever running for president on either side in the primary battle. He says that's "very important to note."
Obama is favored in Tuesday's primaries in Montana and South Dakota.