Hillary Clinton has announced she will withdraw from the race and back her rival Barack Obama.
| Obama will be the USA's first black president, |
if elected to power [AFP]
Now that he has declared himself the Democratic nominee for president of the United States, can Obama keep the momentum to the white house?
Is America ready for a black president? Can Obama make it on his own?
Would Clinton's endorsing Obama as the presidential candidate good enough or does she need to get next to him as a running mate to ensure a victory for the Democrats?
What would have been the outcome of a secret meeting betweem Obama and Clinton late on Thursday night?
While Clinton has sought to distance herself from efforts by supporters to convince Obama to pick her as a running mate, Obama has gone on record saying that ' Senator Clinton would be on anybody's shortlist'.
Would Obama's three-member selection team choose Clinton as a running mate or would he have to create history all by himself?
Inside Story discusses Obama's journey to the White House.
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This episode of Inside Story airs on Thursday, June 05, 2008 at 17:30 GMT
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