Hillary’s non-concession speech

Defiant in the face of defeat, Hillary Rodham Clinton refused to concede the Democratic nomination for President even as Barack Obama clinched before the polls closed in Montana.

Obama finished the long primary season the way he started it in Iowa five months ago: With a win in Montana. His combination of elected and pledged “super delegates” gave him more than enough votes to win the nomination.

But Clinton refused to admit defeat, saying “no decisions will be made tonight.”

Watch the video of her speech below: