Hillary Clinton won the final primary race of 2016 with a decisive victory in Tuesday’s Democratic primary in Washington D.C. She was declared the Democratic Party’s presumptive nominee last week, but Bernie Sanders has vowed to fight on to the convention.The two are meeting tonight in D.C. Come in and get caught up on the latest news, and see live results.
Another mass shooting has taken center stage in the Presidential race. Whether it will result in any policy changes is another question, but Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump — in separate speeches today — offered starkly different views of what their respective policy changes would look like. This episode, campaign reporter Scott Detrow, national political correspondent Mara Liasson, editor/correspondent Ron Elving, and justice correspondent Carrie Johnson. More coverage at nprpolitics.org. Email the show at email@example.com . And listen in to Election Essentials on NPR One .
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