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Turning point in the US primaries

5 May 2016

Donald Trump has vanquished his rivals and Hillary Clinton seems set for the nomination. Political scientist Simon Jackman talks to Peter Clarke about what happens next

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The polariser: sign in a suburban street in Upper Arlington, Ohio. dankeck/Flickr

The polariser: sign in a suburban street in Upper Arlington, Ohio. dankeck/Flickr


Ted Cruz has gone; Bernie Sanders's numbers still don’t add up… it looks like Clinton vs Trump in November. Political scientist Simon Jackman talks to Inside Story podcast editor Peter Clarke about how the contest is likely to unfold and what it means for Congress and the post-2016 political scene.

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What are they thinking? Xavier Smythe waits as his father Tony votes at Bondi Beach on 7 September 2013. Rick Rycroft/AP Photo

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