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People cast their ballots in a polling station during the presidential primary election on April 26, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Five US states began voting Tuesday at a critical juncture in the presidential race, with Hillary Clinton seeking a knockout against Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump confident of extending his lead despite rivals joining forces against him. (Eduardo Munoz Alvarez /AFP/Getty Images)
People cast their ballots in a polling station during the presidential primary election on April 26, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Five US states began voting Tuesday at a critical juncture in the presidential race, with Hillary Clinton seeking a knockout against Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump confident of extending his lead despite rivals joining forces against him. (Eduardo Munoz Alvarez /AFP/Getty Images)
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The Republican presidential field whittled down to just Donald Trump this week, after rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich dropped out. And even though Hillary Clinton has most of the delegates she needs to win the Democratic nomination, she remains locked in a primary battle with Bernie Sanders, who won in Indiana on Tuesday.

Bloomberg's Margaret Talev and NPR's Asma Khalid join Here & Now's Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson to discuss the path ahead for all three candidates.

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This segment aired on May 6, 2016.

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