Election Roundtable: Trump Becomes Presumed Nominee, Clinton Scandal Resurfaces

May 27, 2016

This week in campaign news, Donald Trump became the presumed Republican Party presidential nominee, after clinching the support of unbound delegates in North Dakota.

Democrat Hillary Clinton rejected the idea of having another debate with primary rival Bernie Sanders, but Sanders and Trump both said they’d like to debate each other. And a State Department audit came out that was critical of Clinton’s personal email use when she was Secretary of State.

Sirius XM’s Julie Mason and April Ryan of American Urban Radio Networks join Here & Now‘s Robin Young and Meghna Chakrabarti for a review of presidential campaign news of the week.


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