Edwards Says Obama Has Better Chance Of Beating McCain

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

He's still not making a Democratic presidential endorsement. But former candidate John Edwards seemed to stop just short of it Friday morning.

The superdelegate tells NBC's "Today" show that Obama can unite the Democratic party, bring in new voters and get people excited about change.

The former vice-presidential candidate says Hillary Rodham Clinton has made a very strong case for her candidacy, but adds "it's very difficult to make the math work" for her nomination.

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