Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Clinton Made Women's History By Clinching The Delegate Count

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was the first woman to clinch the delegate count needed to win the Democratic nomination this week. In a speech Tuesday night, Clinton acknowledged it as a historic moment. We talk to an expert about how Clinton and the public are viewing her position as the first woman to be the presumptive nominee for a major party.
Rob Ferrett
Kelly Dittmar
Haleema Shah

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