Trump, Clinton solidly on course for party nominations in US presidential race

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The path to becoming the next U.S. president became a bit more clear Tuesday night as big wins across five states may have cemented front-runner status for candidates in each party.

Democrat Hillary Clinton moved closer to becoming the first woman in U.S. history to win a major party nomination by taking at least four states, Republican Donald Trump won at least three states, including Sen. Marco Rubio’s home state of Florida. Rubio dropped out later that night.

CCTV America’s Jim Spellman reports.

Trump, Clinton solidly on course for party nominations in US presidential race

The path to becoming the next U.S. president became a bit more clear Tuesday night as big wins across five states may have cemented front-runner status for candidates in each party. Democrat Hillary Clinton moved closer to becoming the first woman in U.S. history to win a major party nomination by taking at least four states, Republican Donald Trump won at least three states, including Sen. Marco Rubio's home state of Florida. Rubio dropped out later that night. CCTV America's Jim Spellman reports.


Marco Rubio exits race for White House

The results in Florida were key to cementing Donald Trump’s status as Republican Party front-runner. After Florida Senator Marco Rubio failed to win his home state Tuesday, he left the race.

CCTV America’s Nitza Soledad Perez reports from Miami.

Marco Rubio exits race for White House

The results in Florida were key to cementing Donald Trump's status as Republican Party front-runner. After Florida Senator Marco Rubio failed to win his home state Tuesday, he left the race. CCTV America's Nitza Soledad Perez reports from Miami.


Law professor Thom Brooks on the primary race

CCTV America’s Mike Walter interviewed Thom Brooks, a professor of law and government at Durham University in the U.K. about the popularity of billionaire Donald Trump.

Law professor Thom Brooks on the primary race

CCTV America's Mike Walter interviewed Thom Brooks , a professor of law and government at Durham University in the U.K. about the popularity of billionaire Donald Trump.