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Hill Would Congratulate Obama on 2,118?

Fox & Friends is reporting that Terry McAuliffe said Hillary would likely "congratulate" Obama if he meets the delegate threshold of 2,118.

Hillary, meanwhile,
is ready to "do whatever it takes" to get a Dem in office in November.

"She will do whatever it takes to bring the party together to win and whatever is asked of her to make sure the Republicans are defeated."

That message has been conveyed to the Obama campaign via informal channels, according to Obama insiders who said the message is a signal that she would be willing to serve as his vice president.

Obama has picked up six superdelegates since Saturday to Hillary's two. If Hillary wants to find the path to the nomination, it lies this way: She'd have to pick up more than 80 percent of pledged delegates in tonight's contests and 90 percent of superdelegates after that fact. Good luck!

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