Clinton; Trump Pick Up Big Primary Wins

AP Editorial

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is trying to shift gears a day after making a clean sweep in five primaries.

He’ll deliver a foreign policy address today in Washington — the first in a series of policy speeches.

But it’s not clear how detailed Trump will be.

He often has complained that the Obama administration has been “too predictable” with overseas strategy, and should leave enemies guessing.

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is still trying to leave rival Bernie Sanders behind, after her 4-out-of-5 primary victories yesterday.

Clinton’s delegate count puts her at 90 percent of the way to the nomination.

Today will be a time for assessing what next for Sanders, who won only in Rhode Island Tuesday.

He’ll be campaigning in Indiana, and he’s still vowing “to fight all the way to the Philadelphia convention.”


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