HILLARY CLINTON BECOMES FIRST FEMALE NOMINEE OF A LEADING PARTY IN THE US

HILLARY CLINTON BECOMES FIRST FEMALE NOMINEE OF A LEADING PARTY IN THE US

HILLARY CLINTON BECOMES FIRST FEMALE NOMINEE OF A LEADING PARTY IN THE US

HILLARY CLINTON BECOMES FIRST FEMALE NOMINEE OF A LEADING PARTY IN THE US

Following the latest in a series of “big Tuesday”, so dubbed by the American public due to the number of primaries held on the days, Hillary Clinton has secured over the required number to be the nominee for the democratic party.

She gave a victory speech after wins in New Jersey, South Dakota, New Mexico and of course the big one in California on which Bernie Sanders was pinning his hopes for an upset.

Sanders has expected to secure an unlikely victory in California which had he last big number of voters but even though he won in North Dakota and Montana, it didn’t give him the required momentum.

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Sanders on his own part has refused to give up, rather saying that he will push the proceedings to the convention in July but experts have said he is best served if he gives in and supports Clinton rather than waste more resources.

Clinton dedicated her victory to every young girl who had dreams of achieving whatever they set their hearts out to do.

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