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Trump changes tone of campaign, Clinton fights off Sanders

Special | 23m 49s | Video has closed captioning.

Fresh off his win in New York, Republican front-runner Donald Trump insists he can be "presidential" and is confident he will have the 1,237 delegates needed to avoid a contested convention in July. Meanwhile, the RNC is preparing for all scenarios. In the Democratic race, Bernie Sanders continues his insurgent campaign against Hillary Clinton who holds a considerable lead in the delegate count.

Aired: 04/22/16

Rating: NR

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