Barack Obama routed Hillary Rodham Clinton in the racially charged South Carolina primary Saturday night, regaining campaign momentum in the prelude to a Feb. 5 coast-to-coast competition for more than 1,600 Democratic National Convention delegates....
...Clinton campaign strategists denied any intentional effort to stir the racial debate. But they said they believe the fallout has had the effect of branding Obama as "the black candidate," a tag that could hurt him outside the South.
Meanwhile, Bill Clinton compared Obama's win in South Carolina to Rev. Jesse Jackson's two South Carolina victories during the eighties. Watch the video, and Obama's response this morning on ABC's This Week:
Political Punch has the transcript here.
Read Obama's response to the Jesse Jackson comparison here.
Josh Marshall debunks the comparison here.
First reported on the Huffington Post here.
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