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    Trump, Clinton Move Closer to Nominations with Big Super Tuesday Winsi
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    March 02, 2016 6:18 AM
    Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton were the big winners in the Super Tuesday primary and caucus voting that spanned a dozen states. In doing so, each contender took a major step toward securing each party's nomination for president. VOA National correspondent Jim Malone has a wrap-up of the Super Tuesday results from Washington.

    Trump, Clinton Move Closer to Nominations with Big Super Tuesday Wins

    Published March 02, 2016

    Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton were the big winners in the Super Tuesday primary and caucus voting that spanned a dozen states. In doing so, each contender took a major step toward securing each party's nomination for president. VOA National correspondent Jim Malone has a wrap-up of the Super Tuesday results from Washington.


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