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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

What The N.H. Primary Results Mean For Clinton, Kasich

Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican John Kasich were the second-place finishers in the New Hampshire primary. (Justin Sullivan, Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican John Kasich were the second-place finishers in the New Hampshire primary. (Justin Sullivan, Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders are celebrating victories in the New Hampshire primary.

Here & Now’s political strategists Angela Rye and Paris Dennard join hosts Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson to analyze the results, including what they mean for the second-place finishers, Hillary Clinton and John Kasich.

Clinton pulled in 38 percent, compared to Sanders’ 60 percent, and Kasich won 16 percent, compared to Trump’s 35 percent.

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