Despite conflicting news reports from Texas, Barack ObamaBarack ObamaScarborough: Obama controlling Trump with 'Jedi mind tricks' Cotton: US policy should be regime change in Iran Chelsea Manning takes part in first Pride March 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 ClintonPelosi on criticism of leadership: 'This is such a small item, it isn't about me' Trump: Obama didn't 'choke,' he 'colluded or obstructed' Juan Williams: Trump refills the swamp MORE bested Obama by four delegate in the state's primary.

Obama's claimed victory comes hours after the announcement that Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharTime to get Trump’s new antitrust cop on the beat Going national with automatic voter registration Wildfires won't stop at the edge of public land — sustainability policy shouldn't either MORE (D-Minn.) will endorse Obama today. Obama won Minnesota handily on Super Tuesday.

Klobuchar's endorsment follows Sen. Bob CaseyBob CaseyLive coverage: Senate Dems hold talkathon to protest GOP health plan Ryan Phillippe to visit Capitol Hill to advocate for military caregivers Dem senators seize on Senate press crackdown MORE's (D-Penn.) endorsement Friday as well as a comment from Sen. Patrick LeahyPatrick LeahyGoing national with automatic voter registration Republicans slam Trump’s new policy toward Cuba Trump draws a harder line on Cuba MORE (D-Vt.) that Clinton "ought to withdraw."

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