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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Trump, Clinton Move Closer To Nomination

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speak to their supporters after polls closed on Mar. 15, 2016, in Florida. (Joe Raedle, Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speak to their supporters after polls closed on Mar. 15, 2016, in Florida. (Joe Raedle, Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Front-runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton moved closer to winning their party nominations with multi-state primary victories last night.

Republican Marco Rubio suspended his campaign after losing his home state, Florida. Ohio Gov. John Kasich won the Republican primary in his home state – his first win – and said that he would be able to win the nomination.

Today, Trump said he wouldn’t participate in Monday’s Fox News debate on the eve of voting in Arizona and Utah. Here & Now political analysts Paris Dennard and Angela Rye tell Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson about the latest political developments.

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