Despite conflicting news reports from Texas, Barack ObamaBarack ObamaPerez to hit the Sunday shows following election victory Trump adviser: Dems should 'move on' from Garland EPA chief calls for 'aggressive' rollback of regulations at CPAC MORE's campaign is claiming a net victory of nine delegates in the state's caucus.

If the caucus margin holds, the combined primary-caucus delegate count will show Obama netted five delegates in the Lone Star State. Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump: DNC chairman's race ‘rigged’ Dem 2020 hopefuls lead pack in opposing Trump Cabinet picks Perez to hit the Sunday shows following election victory MORE bested Obama by four delegate in the state's primary.

Obama's claimed victory comes hours after the announcement that Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharDrug importation won't save dollars or lives Senators ask feds for ‘full account’ of work to secure election from cyber threats Sanders, not Trump, is the real working-class hero MORE (D-Minn.) will endorse Obama today. Obama won Minnesota handily on Super Tuesday.

Klobuchar's endorsment follows Sen. Bob CaseyBob CaseyA guide to the committees: Senate GOP loses top Senate contenders How many GOP senators will stand up to megadonor DeVos? Just 2. MORE's (D-Penn.) endorsement Friday as well as a comment from Sen. Patrick LeahyPatrick LeahyDem senator asks for 'top to bottom' review of Syria policy A guide to the committees: Senate Verizon angling to lower price of Yahoo purchase: report MORE (D-Vt.) that Clinton "ought to withdraw."

The apparent caucus win and Klobuchar endorsement will give Obama ten delegates since Friday.