The Democratic party was widely believed this week to have shut the door on Hillary Clinton's chances of counting every Florida and Michigan vote. But don't tell the Clinton campaign.
It maintained in a conference call and in a legal memo that the party's rules committee has the authority to restore "all the delegates from Florida and Michigan with full votes." Not just half the delegations.
Still, Clinton advisor Harold Ickes, who sits on the committee, wouldn't say how far the campaign is prepared to go (to the convention?) if it doesn't get the full slate.
"We think it not useful to cross streets before we come to them," he said.
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