Clinton Secures Democratic Nomination Before California Primary
Hillary Clinton is making history this morning after she officially secured enough delegates to clinch the democratic nomination as the first female presumptive nominee in the U.S.
Voters in six states will head to the polls Tuesday and Clinton says she still needs their votes.
Especially in California, where she and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders are tied.
But Sanders still says this race is far from finished.
His campaign released a statement accusing the media of rushing to judgment.
White House officials say President Obama is ready to officially endorse Clinton and will soon start campaigning with her.
Besides California, voters in New Jersey, Montana, New Mexico, South Dakota and North Dakota will also head to the polls on Tuesday.
And on the republican side, Donald Trump is still defending comments he made about the Mexican heritage of a judge presiding over a lawsuit against Trump University.
Trump is urging supporters to continue defending his campaign.
He will head into Tuesday’s contests unopposed.