TRAIL MIX: Can Obama Withstand Negative Campaigning?
Vaughan, Emily, Editor & Publisher
There have been questions as to whether Barack Obama can withstand the upcoming negative campaigning if he is the Democratic nominee, but he's already holding up against three different campaigns, says Alec MacGillis at washingtonpost.com's The Trail. Republicans have attacked him patriotism, Hillary Clinton has called into question his campaign ethics, and now Ralph Nader has put in his two-cents worth.
We may not have heard the last of Mitt Romney. His son, Josh Romney, said the it is "possible" that his father would rejoin the Republican race after dropping out earlier this month, either as a vice presidential nominee, or as "the Republican Party's standard bearer if the …
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