Hillary Clinton won seven states Tuesday, but her rival’s four state victories indicate he’s still competitive.
Hillary Clinton won seven states Tuesday, but her rival’s four state victories indicate he’s still competitive. Gerald Herbert The Associated Press
Hillary Clinton won seven states Tuesday, but her rival’s four state victories indicate he’s still competitive. Gerald Herbert The Associated Press

Super Tuesday victories leave Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton in command

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