In a string of victories Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton sewed up the democratic nomination for president.
But that doesn’t mean Bernie Sanders is giving up just yet.
Fox News correspondent Joel Waldman has more from Washington.
Hillary Clinton makes history, becoming the first woman to top a national party ticket.
Clinton won 4 out of the 6 primaries yesterday, including California by double digits.
Speaking to supporters in Brooklyn, New York last night, Clinton unleashed on her now main rival presumptive G.O.P. nominee, Donald Trump.
“Donald Trump is temperamentally unfit to be president and commander in chief.”
Meanwhile, Donald Trump, who had his party’s nomination wrapped up last month, spoke with supporters from Trump Tower after his clean sweep of the remaining republican primary states.
The billionaire businessman saying he understands the responsibility of carrying the mantle, and promised not to let the G.O.P down.
Trump has been coming under heavy fire this week for comments he made about the judge overseeing the lawsuit against Trump University, some even calling his remarks about the judge’s Mexican heritage “racist.”
“I don’t care where to judge comes from or where judges come from, I just want a fair shake and we’ve have some very unfair opinions coming down and you wonder what’s going on.”
Clinton also congratulated her primary opponent, Bernie Sanders, who told an audience in Los Angeles that he will keep pressing ahead – all the way to the convention in July.
“I am pretty good in arithmetic and I know the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight but we will continue to fight for every vote and every delegate.”
One superdelegate Sanders may have a hard time winning over is President Obama, who he is scheduled to meet with tomorrow in the Oval Office.
In Washington, Joel Waldman, Fox News.”