Hillary Clinton embraced history last night as the first woman to become the presumptive nominee for president of a major political party. Clinton spoke to a huge crowd Tuesday in New York and encouraged supporters of Bernie Sanders to come together to beat Donald Trump in the general election. But Sanders refused to bow out of the race, and Trump continued his own attacks on his likely opponent in the fall.
Democratic Party strategist Angela Rye and GOP political analyst Paris Dennard join Here & Now‘s Robin Young to discuss.
This segment aired on June 8, 2016.