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Trump, Ryan try to unify the Republican Party

Special | 23m 50s | Video has closed captioning.

Donald Trump met with Republican leaders in Washington including House Speaker Paul Ryan to begin to unite the GOP after a contentious primary campaign. Meanwhile Hillary Clinton fights a two-front battle -- fighting off her Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders, who has gotten momentum in late-voting state, while trying to turn her attention the November election and Donald Trump.

Aired: 05/13/16

Rating: NR

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