FILE - In this April 1960 file photo, Sen. John F. Kennedy, Democratic presidential nominee, sits next to a playback of his televised appearance in Milwaukee, Wis. for the Wisconsin presidential primary two days later.
Donald Trump, the New York real estate mogul and unrepentant bigot, is still dominating the Republican presidential primary polls. Trump’s sudden ascendance, accelerated by his willingn.
"As leaders of the Democratic Party, it is our responsibility to acknowledge that millions of Americans still feel hurt and betrayed by the events of the 2016 presidential primary," Ellison said. (Photo: Center for American Progress/Flickr/cc)
Senator Ted Cruz was dabbed with makeup during a break at an interview with Megyn Kelly of Fox News at the Madison Masonic Center in Madison, Wis., on Monday. He won the Republican presidential primary the next day.
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Hillary Clinton brought a close to the presidential primary season with a win in the nation's capital and a meeting with dispatched rival Bernie Sanders, hoping to set a tone of Democratic unity heading into next month's party convention in Philadelphia