Democratic leaders are ready to end the nomination fight, according to the front page of the Post, which links to an Associated Press story about the leaders' behind-the-scenes efforts. Party chairman Howard Dean, Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidWhat if there’s no 'Nuclear Option' in the Senate? Republican failure Senate about to enter 'nuclear option' death spiral MORE (D-Nev.) and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) will all urge uncommitted superdelegates to pick sides next week, after the primary voting is over, the AP reports. In the blog, Bob Cesca writes that the media shouldn't be surprised by former White House press secretary Scott McClellan's revelations about the lead-up to the war in Iraq, as Barack ObamaBarack ObamaAP poll: Nearly 60 percent disapprove of Trump Trump to decide by late May whether to stay in Paris climate pact Axelrod: Russia could become ‘major crisis’ for Trump MORE, Phil Donahue and other liberals had made similar points in opposing the war before it started. Instead of giving mea culpas, the media should focus on John McCainJohn McCainMcCain having 'conversations' with Dems on Gorsuch nomination Live coverage: Senate intel holds first public Russia hearing McCain responds to North Korean criticism to calling Kim Jong-un 'crazy fat kid' MORE and his bellicose statements about Iraq and Iran, Cesca writes.