Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump: sounds like the makings of what could potentially be one of the toughest political stand-offs, ever.
According to numerous media outlets calling it “official” (interestingly on the eve of an important primary voting day) Clinton’s now the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and is preparing to go up against Republican presumptive nominee, Trump.
According to CNN’s delegate and super-delegate count, Hillary Clinton is making history as she’s well on her way to being the Democratic nominee, which would make her the first woman ever to lead the presidential ticket for a major political party.
But the key word is still presumptive, and Clinton intends on riding this out to the end. Bernie Sanders is also showing no signs of throwing in the towel, even with odds stacked against him.
As six more states are set to vote today, Clinton says: “we are on the brink of a historic, historic unprecedented moment but we still have work to do, don’t we?”
The states of California, New Jersey, Montana, New Mexico, and South Dakota will all hit the polls today [June 7].
As of right now Clinton has 2,384 delegates, which is approximately one more than needed to clinch the nominee.