The Clinton-donor letter, criticizing House Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiTrump's legal team huddles with Senate Republicans On The Money: Falling impeachment support raises pressure for Dems on trade | Trump escalates fight over tech tax | Biden eyes minimum tax for corporations | Fed's top regulator under pressure over Dodd-Frank rules Overnight Health Care — Presented by Johnson & Johnson — Virginia moves to suspend Medicaid work rules | Powerful House panel sets 'Medicare for All' hearing | Hospitals sue over Trump price rule | FDA official grilled on vaping policy MORE (D-Calif.), was typical "Sopranos"-style Clinton campaigning. And it may have worked. Unfortunately for the Clintons, though, it isn't looking that way.

The letter, which takes issue with Pelosi's statement about how superdelegates should choose the will of the people when voting for Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) or Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) by selecting the winner of pledged delegates, also implies that the donors will cut off funds to the party. MoveOn is outraged with what they called "billionaires bullying the Democratic Party," and is asking its members to sign a statement of support for Pelosi. "When we all pool our resources, together we're stronger than the fat cats. So let's tell Nancy Pelosi that if she keeps standing up for regular Americans, thousands of us will have her back," the group's letter states.

But wait, it gets even better for Pelosi, and clearly, for Obama.

Not only is MoveOn fired up, a fat cat opened her wallet today on behalf of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee to support Pelosi. NBC is reporting that Leslie Walker Burlock of San Francisco pledged $28,000 to the DCCC yesterday.

An Obama supporter, Burlock said in her letter to Pelosi, "I hope and trust that when the superdelegates cast their votes at the convention they will represent the will of the voters as you have called for them to do."

Your move, Team Clinton.


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