The Democratic presidential nominating contest has become a discussion about momentum, not mathematics, and that’s become a major problem for front-runner Hillary Clinton in her battle against Sen. Bernie Sanders.
by John Wagner, Abby Phillip, Anne Gearan | The Washington Post
The contest between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders grew increasingly nasty Thursday with a series of testy exchanges that have prompted widespread concern among Democrats that their rivalry is doing lasting damage to the party and the eventual nominee.
GOP front-runner Donald Trump, facing new challenges in the wake of his second-place finish in the Wisconsin primary, announced Thursday that he is reorganizing his campaign, giving an expanded role to veteran strategist Paul J. Manafort.
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