Though Barack ObamaBarack ObamaPresident Trump an anti-Semite? Talk about #FakeNews New regs for Thursday: Apples, fish, missiles How Democrats can rebuild a winning, multiracial coalition MORE has now clinched a majority of pledged delegates, his bid for the Democratic nomination remains shaky to bloggers.

His insurmountable pledged delegate lead, gained Tuesday after his Oregon win and Kentucky loss, should prompt superdelegates to finally move his way, writes Jonathan Singer at MyDD. But his Kentucky drubbing -- he won only 30 percent of the vote while Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonJimmy Kimmel doesn't rule out Clinton cameo at Oscars Chafee: Negative coverage of Trump ‘tiresome’ Poll: Clinton voters like award show speeches, Trump voters find them too political MORE netted 65 percent --