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Breaking Down the New York Primary Results

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 (Daniel Sofer/Hermosawave.net)

From Ithaca to Queens, New York voters went to the polls on Tuesday as Clinton and Trump try to lock in their front runner status with big delegate gains. Forum analyzes the results and what role California voters may play in selecting their party’s candidates in the June 7 primary.

Guests:

Eliana Johnson, Washington editor for the National Review

Paul Pierson, Political science professor at UC Berkeley, and co-author with Jacob Hacker of "American Amnesia: How the War on Government Led Us to Forget What Made America Prosper"

Sahil Kapur, Bloomberg national political reporter

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