Hillary Clinton has reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Democratic U.S. presidential nomination, according to tallies on Monday by two U.S. media outlets, the day before six states were set to vote in nominating contests.
A former senator and U.S. secretary of state, Clinton would be the first woman to ever be the presidential candidate of a major political party in the country's 239-year history.
But the campaign of her rival, Bernie Sanders, vowed to keep up the fight in what has been a protracted and increasingly antagonised primary race that has exposed deep rifts between the left-wing and the more centrist of the Democratic Party. (AFP)
Comments - 3
Giabao Tuesday, 07 June 2016 07:10 PM
Congratulations Trump :)
Lara Wednesday, 08 June 2016 02:41 AM
her son -in law is Jewish and she will do the rest what they wanted.
Ferpogson Wednesday, 08 June 2016 03:16 AM
We came, We saw, we will start the WIII.
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