This is a rush transcript from "The Journal Editorial Report," April May 10, 2008.
PAUL GIGOT, HOST: Up next, on the "Journal Editorial Report,"
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SEN. HILLARY CLINTON, D-N.Y., PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: I'm staying in this race until there is a nominee.
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GIGOT: But do Democrats already have their nominee? If so, what is Hillary Clinton's game?
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GIGOT: Welcome to the "Journal Editorial Report." I'm Paul Gigot.
Despite growing calls for her to quit the Democratic race Hillary Clinton vowed to fight on following her disappointing showing in Tuesday's primaries. Even some Clinton insiders agree she has almost no chance of secure the nomination. So what is Hillary's game?
Joining the panel, Wall Street Journal columnist and deputy editor Dan Henninger, editorial board member Steve Moore and, for some Democratic perspective, FOX News analyst Kirsten Powers.
Kirsten, welcome to the program. Good to have you here.
You have sources in the Clinton camp. Is everybody saying this is over ebbs is the maybe the candidate?
KIRSTEN POWERS, FOX NEWS ANALYST: Well, I don't know anybody in the Clinton camp who would come out and say this is over. I will sure you saw Bill Clinton is saying we will keep fight being. Terry McAuliffe is saying we will keep fighting and insisting they're going to win. I think what she is doing is she is trying to preserve her options. She clearly knows it is probably over but who knows what could happen. Something could implode, something could happen. She wants to be there. Second, I think she wants to run for president again. And she wants it...
GIGOT: You think that if Obama gets the nomination, and would lose in November, she would be viable in 2012.
POWERS: Even if these not viable she wants to preserve that option. And the best way is to do that is to stay in the fight. She shouldn't attack Obama anymore. Stay in the fight. She's going to win the states coming up for the most part, except maybe Oregon. Get as much of the popular vote as she can, win as many votes as possible so when billion Obama loses, she can say, I told you so and look how great I did and look how many votes I got. And she could still win the popular vote.
GIGOT: Go ahead, Dan?