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ystem, you may have a lower response to the vaccine. common side effects were pain, redness or swelling at the injection site, limited arm movement, fatigue, headache, muscle or joint pain, less appetite, chills, or rash. get this one done. ask your doctor orharmacist about prevnar 13® today. thank you so much for watching this hour of msnbc. i'm tamron hall from santa monica,c california. we're heading back to new york. we'll see you in studio tomorrow. up next it "andrea mitchell reports." the place in the record books for hillary clinton. >> the first time in our nation's history that a woman
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will be a major party's nominee. >> making peace in the party. >> i am pretty good at arithmetic and i know the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight. thank you all! the struggle continues! >> storm warnings, donald trump threatening to take down the clintons starting monday. >> i am going to give a major speech on probably monday of next week and we'll be discussing all of the things that have taken place with the clintons. i think you're going to find it very informative and very, very interesting. >> gop leaders increasingly critical on the attacks on the federal judge. >> he needs to start acting more presidential, to apologize for
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some of the previous comments that he has made. >> the longer these self-inflicted wounds continue, the less support he'll get. he has an opportunity now. >> good day, everyone. i'm andrea mitchell in new york where hillary clinton reveled in her victory. newly confident as she vanquished bernie sanders in california and ended the primary season for all intents and purposes. she and sanders exchanginging calls for the first time in months last night. both also spoke with president obama who congratulated clinton on winning the nomination and thanked sanders for what he's done to energize the democratic party. sanders vows to keep on fighting but all signs show he's winding down the campaign. katie tour and krit ten welker. a dramatic moment at the navy yard, and i don't know when i've seen hillary clinton as poised,
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as confident and enjoying the moment, if you will, of seeing the supporters and she had reversed what had happened. >> reporter: tl two parts to that. secretary clinton embraced the moment, the historic significance, everything that it means for this country. everything that it means to her personally, that she made a run for the presidency eight years ago, she didn't win that time around. this time around she has won her party's primary. that is significant historically. and she embraced both components but, andrea, the second part was the crowd. what struck me about last night was the crowd, how energized they were, how excite d they were, the extent to which they were all unified in that moment. you really got a sense that she has the momentum right now, that she has found her voice in this campaign and her platform moving
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forward as she heads to the general. >> but at the same time, chr kristen, donald trump only an hour before she came out was threatening this huge dump on her and she has to deal with that and first bernie sanders at 1:30 this morning eastern time coming out and leading up to what one might have thought was a graceful exit and saying i'm fighting on. i'm fighting through d.c. >> you and i were up for that very late speech he gave. look, first to donald trump. he signaled a new line of attack. it is going to be a tough line of attack. he said we're going to be looking into the clintons' history, the clinton campaign has been bracing for this. a lot of these attacks are things they have dealt with before in terms of senator sanders. that's he a real challenge. she has to unify when a third say they're not ready to support
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her and president obama is going to be pivotal to that process. >> and what will happen at the white house? >> two things. i spoke with a top owe it figures who said, look, the president's posture is going to be the math is the math and what can i do at this point to help move this process forward, to help unify the party. in terms of protecting his own legacy, some of the attacks from donald trump have been personal but he really believes in secretary clinton, someone who was his former rival and then turned partner as secretary of state. >> katy tur, what about donald trump threatening these attacks, speaking from a teleprompter despite having criticized hillary clinton in past appearances but not seeming to have a theme or a message despite going on script after all the criticism of him being off script? >> reporter: this was the fifth time we've seen him use a teleprompter this campaign
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season. what the campaign is dealing with, this call for donald trump to get on message. donald trump being off message, shooting from the hip. so they're trying to find this goldilocks balance. did they hit it last night? sources tell us they don't believe they did necessarily hit it but this is an evolving process. i've been talking to top officials who say this is the first step in the right direction but they don't think it's necessarily enough to stem the bleeding over what has happened with judge curiel attacks, many feeling they've been burned before and only will get burned again despite the fact donald trump is trying to appear like he's becoming more presidential and a problem, andrea, when it comes to hiring. they've been having issues hiring the top people, i'm told, by a number of sources around the campaign and within the campaign and now these attacks
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only made it worse. the speech is supposed to help that. a lot of people do not trust this candidate. >> katy, do you have confidence he will stay on script, clean up his act and reassure people like paul ryan and mitch mcconnell and others saying we are getting close to the breaking point and perhaps not paul ryan because he has his caucus to deal with but senators who are reaching mass here. >> reporter: paul ryan is giving him a lot of room here. it's unprecedented the room it to clean up his act. is donald trump going to do it? i'm not entirely sure. the real test when he starts going to his rallies, when he leaves his notes and says the controversial statements. when he's back on the trail and
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we believe richmond, virginia, whether this is the new donald trump that will continue from last night or go back to being himself. >> and while hillary clinton celebrated an important milestone in brooklyn tuesday night, a historic milestone, donald trump was previewing a littany of charges last week. >> they've made hundreds of millions of dollars selling access, selling favors, even did all the work on an illegal private server design ed to kee her corrupt dealings out of the public record, putting the security of the entire country at risk. >> we're going to discuss all of the things that take place with the clintons. you'll find it very informative. >> first of all, congratulations. >> thank you very much.
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>> it was a moment. >> it was a moment. it's really quite exciting. >> there was a lot of family and friends there and i had my wife who was with me and that made it really special backstage as well because everybody was choking up. it was a big moment. >> a lot of them recycled. we don't know what more he has. this is going to get down and dirty and she's been so tough on him. game on. >> yeah, but it has been game on. he's been attacking her. we've been standing up to that. hillary clinton, as she said last night, you don't back down to a bully, you take them on. most of these things are decades old, been litigated. what donald trump was trying to
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do was to distract from donald trump. if you make racially tinged comments or the definition of racism when you say they can't do that work, when you mock them in a video, the person who is temperamentally qualified to be president and i think it's fair to say they have proven over and over again he is unfit to be president of the united states. >> can you tell us about the phone call between bernie sanders and hillary clinton? they don't talk that often. >> i don't know what went on. >> how do you deal with this? he said rather than exiting we're going to keep on fighting, fight through d.c. and through the convention. now there's a meeting it at the white house tomorrow. >> yes. >> obviously president obama is trying to broker something.
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what can hillary clinton offer? she's in the position that barack obama was in eight years ago the two of them got together. >> acknowledging the enthusiasm of his campaign, the spiritedness with which he took this all the way to the end, and he, as he acknowledged, he knows she's going to be the nominee. we want him to be part of the campaign, to bring the energy around the issues that he's fought hard for in the campaign because that's what alliance us as democrats. i think right now it's a moment he's gone home for a day. he's going to think about that. he's supposedly going to meet with the president as well. there are conversations that will take place. you have to let the dust settle. he's gone through a campaign just as hillary clinton has. we take him at his word he wants
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to make sure we unite and do everything we have to do to defeat donald trump so he doesn't become president of the united states. >> is it concerning that he kept speaking about talking to the president he gave no signal out campaigning with her or helping her in her efforts to win over his supporters? >> let's give him time. he's going to go home for a day, confer with his family, his advisers, talk to the president. i don't think what happens today will matter about what happens long term. he like everyone else believes the long-term goal here we have to make sure donald trump doesn't become president of the united states because the danger in our foreign policy and the damage he would do to economic lives, so yuniting and making sure that doesn't happen is the long-term goal here. we'll get to it. >> the president congratulated
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hillary clinton according to the white house, he has not, quote, endorsed her. >> he hasn't, but -- >> what do you think he'sing for, bernie sanders to concede? >> he's the president of the united states. i think he wants to do it on his timetable. he wants the democrat to win. he's going to support -- i don't think anybody doubts he's going to support the democratic nominee of the party, so that's going to -- >> you were in the other camp, in the obama camp and now you're on the clinton campaign, you know that many of your colleagues in obama world have a difficult time accepting hillary clinton not only as secretary of state but the staffs had difficulty getting along for a while. >> i think, look, a lot of us knew each other from other campaigns but the night i remember was hillary clinton walking through the back of the convention rooms where we were
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all situated and us all cheering her on when she went out to give her speech at the democratic convention. i think when you focus on the long-term goal you step back from this comeback you've had with each other. i think that's where we want it to get aligned quickly. >> you're waiting for that moment when bernie sanders walks out on that stage at the convention in philadelphia and gives a ringing, full-throated endorsement of hillary clinton. >> we will welcome his voice to the campaign to help people make progress with their economic lives and keep our country safe, absolutely. >> thank you very much. >> thank you, andrea. >> coming up, the bitter end, what will it take to unite the democratic party after the long primary fight, inside the 2008 summit between then senators obama and clinton. that coming up next on "andrea mitchell reports" on msnbc. ♪jake reese, "day to feel alive"♪
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hello unity! hello, new hampshire! well, unity is not only a beautiful place as we can see, it's a wonderful feeling, isn't it? >> hillary clinton and a much younger obabarack obama, no gra hair at all, uniting in unity, new hampshire, after their bitter primary fight eight years ago. can hillary clinton and bernie sanders do the same this year? jim messina is now co-chair of the chief super pac supporting hillary clinton. jim, it's great to see you. you know what it takes to bring two warring parties together and this time it seems to be taking even a little longer than it took for hillary clinton and barack obama to put it together.
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>> the way you should do this, do it the way hillary clinton did it in 2008. she got out of the race the day after the primary. she immediately endorsed the senator it at the time. she flew to new hampshire, did an event. and said how can i help? that said campaigns are like war, andrea, people get all excited about it. secretary clinton, bernie sanders, served in the senate for a very long time. they are friends. someone will sit them down and they'll have a conversation about their shared goals and their absolute commitment to making sure that a democrat replaces barack obama in the white house. i think you're going to see a really united party to go against donald trump. >> there's one big difference. bernie sanders, until this campaign, has been an independent, an independent socialist. he is not committed to the democratic party the way hillary clinton is. >> no, but he's committed to the
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values that he and hillary just campaigned on for a year and a half. you look at their policy differences, they're not very big. they have a shared goal to make this country better, to protect the economic gains we've made under president obama. i know bernie well from my time working in the senate and there's no way he's going to want to do anything that would accidentally help elect donald trump to be president of the united states of america. >> you know president obama better than almost anyone. what is he likely to say to bernie sanders when they're sitting down tomorrow? >> well, first of all, he will say congratulations. you ran your own historic campaign. you got a whole bunch of people around this country for the first time, much like senator obama did in 2008. and you akuwaited yourself much better than anyone expected. we have fought for years on a shared sense of goals, a shared sense of economic progress for
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this kcountry. and so the way to do that is make sure that we win in november and protect the gains the president and sanders and secretary clinton all spent the last eight years fighting for. >> there were three separate things that bernie sanders said last night or early this morning, i should say, in his speech inc california. he said he will fight through the d.c. primary. you said you want everyone to have a chance to vote. and that raises another question as to whether it's really necessary to keep fighting. does that create a problem? >> i don't think it creates a problem. i think the question, the devil's in the details, andrea.
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they feel very strongly about and so i'm sure he's going to want to make sure that his voice is heard in the democratic convention. the important thing is we go into philadelphia united and ready to take on donald trump because as you've seen last night in trump's speech, he's going to make this the most negative campaign anyone has seen. that's the message president obama has over the next few days. it's the message the party has. >> does the party have to get rid of super delegates which have been the case for decades and decades in the democratic party? >> after we won in 2008, the party decided not to get rid of
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super delegates. i think the republicans right now wish they had some so they could avoid donald trump, but the fact is they can't and he's going to be their nominee. >> thank you so much. good to see you. >> thank you. >> and coming up, republicans in revolt after donald trump defends his attacks on the federal judge. party leaders are flooded with questions about their presidential nominee. even ahead of a formal photo-op with the prime minister of india. >> how are you doing? >> i'm doing well. how are you doing? don't ask me questions about that stuff. are you kidding me? his business. but i really love it. i'm on the move all day long... and sotimes, i just don't eathe way i should. i drink boost® to get the nutrition that i'm missing. boost colete nutritional drink has 26 essential vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamin d to support strong bones and 10 grams of protein to help maintainuscle. all with a great taste. i don't plan on slowing down any time soo
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mistake, and get on script. >> the majority leader, mitch mcconnell, with some words of advice for donald trump. is this a turning point? are leaders of the party looking for an exit strategy from their controversial nominee? bill kristol, it is great to see you. you've been a little bit busy. >> yeah, a little bit. >> i know you were overseas and doing things in israel as well while all of this was going on. first of all, mitch mcconnell is a very cautious leader. he doesn't usually speak out this bluntly. is something going on here where a number of senators now who have expressed their concern are actually having second thoughts? >> well, you know, andrea, when mitch mcconnell is home alone at night and paul ryan is and john mccain is, they are thinking, what have we gotten into? and i think, unfortunately, they're too fatalistic and think they can't get out of it. mitch mcconnell in that sound bite you played shows why so
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many americans are sort of sick of politicians. donald trump should get on script. isn't that a funny thing for a political leader to say? as if someone who has said horrible things and has no commitment to the rule of law or other things, if he would just, quote, get on script, everything would be fine. that's what fuels some of the support for donald trump among republicans with the disgust with the get on script type of leaders. having said that, i think this recent event with judge curiel is different from things trump has said. why suddenly might this be the straw that breaks the camel's back and i think it's because what do conservatives think we stand for? people can criticize us but we think we stand for the rule of law. we think president obama has eroded that with executive orders, we think we dislike identity politics, that it's
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been bad for race, class and ethnicity. he's undercut the conservative claim to stand for the rule of law, the conservative claim to ask americans to be americans, not part of a particular ethnic group first or a race or gender and so forth. this really cuts against so much of what conservatives have been fighting for and fighting against the left about for the last 10, 20, 30 years. so i wonder if paul ryan, you tell me, andrea, you've covered washington. if paul ryan and john mccain stood up to that and said enough, enough, we're going to ask an independent candidate, support -- if the right candidate steps up we will support him, help him raise money, get on the ballot, we think that person would be a more appropriate flag carrier than donald trump, it would happen. it would happen. i think trump is hanging by a thread in that respect. >> there could be a difference between the senate and the house because you've got such a large caucus in the house probably supporting donald trump and that
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is an institutional challenge for the house speaker that the senate leaders don't face since they're facing their own individual races and many of them are threatened with losing their races, their re-elections. "the new york daily news," the first edition of it and their front page cannot make paul ryan happy, i'm with racist after ryan said that what donald trump said was a textbook definition of racism but he's better than hillary clinton and it's that contradiction that is concerning a lot of people, i think, like yourself. >> i think you're right, andrea. the politics, you correctly describe about the house and the senate, i think gets it in the way beyond the 2016 calculations. what will donald trump do to the republican people that people like jon ryan have been associated with for so long and to the cause, i think they saw this week what some of us have been trying to say for a while.
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what is it going to be like to have five months with donald trump as the republican nominee, five months of convention, debates and trump is the republican -- the presidential candidate is the party, and you can dislike some of the previous candidates, think some of their policies were mistaken, none has been an embarrassment, bob dole, john mccain, the reagans, they represented policies, some better, some more awkwardly at times. none of them was an embarrassment the way trump was. that's what is the issue. paul ryan has to ask who is his mentor, jack kemp. what would the late jack kemp be doing? john mccain, running for re-election in the senate and thinks he has to support trump. his slogan was country first. i think it's time for country first not party. >> paul ryan was unveiling the
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domestic program in anacostia, a challenged neighborhood in d.c., and it was in the spirit of jack kemp and the questions he was being asked, of course, were about donald trump. >> and paul ryan's staff were annoyed about this. come on. that's what the reality is. i think they have a pretty good anti-poverty agenda. there are a lot of policies out there. they won't get a hearing as long as donald trump is the face of the republican party. >> bill kristol, thank you. thank you very much. >> thanks, andrea. and coming up, sneak preview with exactly five months to go to election day, clinton and trump premiering a summer blockbuster. tune in to "nightly news." lester holt will interview hillary clinton after her history making victory. this is "andrea mitchell reports" on msnbc. & in a world held back by compromise, businesses need the agility
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donald trump is temperamentally unfit to be president and commander in chief. he's not just trying to build a wall between america and mexico, he's trying to wall off americans from each other. when he says let's make america great again, that is code for let's take america backwards. when donald trump says a distinguished judge born in indiana can't do his job because of his mexican heritage it goes against everything we stand for. >> hillary clinton last night slamming donald trump because of his comments about the federal judge overseeing the trump university case. joining me now is congressman castro representing the 20th
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district of texas. thank you very much. >> good to see you. what are you hearing from your community and what is your own reaction to this whole controversy over the comments about judge curiel? >> well, first, i want to say that hillary clinton's victory is historic and i was so happy my brother and i got into politics much in part because we had a mother who ran for city council at the age of 23 and hillary has really broken an incredible barrier. i think it will fundamentally change the way the democratic and republican party tickets look from here on out. he's dividing people. stoking people's fear and resentment and i represent a district that's 64% hispanic, most of that mexican-american. so you can imagine when people heard first his press conference at the beginning of his campaign that really started with a slander and now to be talking
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about an american born judge and insinuating no matter how long a person who is hispanic has been here, they're other, not a part of america, no matter how long they've been here. >> at this stage with her securing the nomination, how important would it be to you to have an hispanic american be her running mate? >> well, i think she is going to have a lot of wonderful choices, everybody from cory booker and tim kaine and so many others. the fact is the democratic party is a representation of america and she's going to have a lot of folks to choose from. >> including someone who you know very well and looks like her, her identical twin brother, the housing secretary. >> we'll see. >> are you going to help with
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the vetting and has vetting taken place already? >> no. my brother hasn't told me anything. i think the campaign is moving at its own pace. i don't know if my brother will be vetted or not. he did a lot of work in san antonio, has traveled to 30-something states working hard on part of the administration at hud but there are so many wonderful choices for secretary clinton. >> at this stage what should bernie sanders do after fighting this good fight and winning so many votes and exciting so many young people to get involved in politics. >> as secretary clinton said last night, senator sanders' campaign was good for the democratic party and i also think good for secretary clinton. i think it made her a stronger candidate going into the general election. i believe the two of them will come together and senator sand ers will be a strong voice on
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behalf of secretary clinton standing up to donald trump. senator sanders inspired millions of americans, broke fund-raising records, got so many young people out to his rallies and that's something as democrats we can embrace and be part of. >> congressman joaquin castro, thank you very much. thanks for being with us today. and coming up, healer in chief. will it take president obama stepping this to broker a truce? but first we just got this audio tape of the vice president joe biden coming out of his office. no cameras allowed but had is the audio of what he had to say about bernie sanders. >> mr. vice president, is it time for bernie sanders to drop out of the race? >> be a little graceful. let the man have his own pace. >> do you think he and hillary clinton can come together? real is making new friends. amazing is getting this close.
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of the convention hall. it does not sound like a big, happy family. it's a question of leverage in politics. >> and already, chris, he's called for a rally in washington at 7:00 tomorrow night. so he is not hesitating at all in gathering the supporters and continuing the movement because he is the leader of a movement as he sees himself and he's not a traditional democrat. he hasn't been until this campaign. >> go and listen to -- you have, i know, because you never sleep -- but most people, including me, didn't see the sanders' speech last night live out in california at 1:30 in the morning eastern time. go and read it or watch it, if you can. the words that he uses all the time, revolution. he does not use democrat, democratic party. being a leader of a movement and a revolution if he still even
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knowing the numbers here, he won 22 states. he lost the big ones like california and new york, pennsylvania, that may have symbolically changed things. it doesn't sound today like he's ready as nick points out to give up the one thing that is clearly still his leverage point. maybe things change but today and in that speech he gave early this morning he does not sound like someone who says i concede. >> and he's home in burlington or on his way now flying cross-country to burlington, vermont. jane sanders is trying to ease this transition, sort of a grieving process when you give up the dream. he's 74 -- 73, 74 years old. this was his chance. this was his moment. he has to adjust to the new reality and this is tough. >> it's a comedown to anyone who
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has soared to the heights he has in this campaign. standing in front of 50,000 to 100,000 people in an arena it's hard to accept you're also losing at the same time because it looks like success, you feel the energy of the crowd, and in his case he has built something new and unprecedented. enough money to sustain itself. that's a really astonishing thing and i can imagine being in his shoes feeling it's very hard to let go. sometimes your wife or spouse are the only person who can really have that conversation with you at the end of the line. >> indeed. good to see you and chris cillizza in d.c. coming up, her night, the long road to hillary clinton's history making victory. you're watching "andrea mitchell reports" on msnbc. (ray) i'd like to see more of the old lady. i'd like to see her go back to her
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100 years after the first woman was elected to congress and 30 years after the first woman would sit on the supreme court be hillary clinton is as close as any woman has ever been to being the country's first female commander in chief. after two bruising presidential primary campaigns, clinton is finally able to write her page in the history books. hillary clinton embracing her place in american history. >> thanks to you we've reached a milestone. >> her campaign seizing the moment by releasing this new video to celebrate the historic first. women have come close before but never like this. the united states now a step closer to possibly electing a woman to its highest office as hillary clinton hopes to join a club long established by other nations like the uk with margaret thatcher and angela merkel. >> this is very meaningful for our country, i think for the
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role of women in our society and to demonstrate to the world that we are as progressive as we say we are. >> it's a mantle she's taken up in her days since first lady. >> women's rights are human rights. >> to the campaign trail in response to an attack from donald trump. >> fighting for family leave and equal pay is playing the woman card then deal me in. >> after he accused her of playing the woman's card, her website offering donors a literal official woman card. but nearly eight years after coming just short of breaking that glass ceiling -- >> thanks to you, it's got about 18 million cracks in it. >> this year's run challenged by something even she predicted back then. >> from now on it will be unremarkable for a woman.
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unremarkable it to think that a woman can be the president of the united states and that is truly remarkable, my friends. >> recent polls show a stark gender didvide between clinton and trump supporters, she is struggling to earn stronger loyalty among younger women, many latching on to bernie sanders instead. >> it's been something sort of surprising to her campaign that young women haven't had a reflective gender allegiance and gotten behind her candidacy because of its historic nature. >> an ironic twist for someone who has been a defining figure in women's empowerment as first lady, u.s. senator, and secretary of state. but those decades in the spotlight may be working as both democratic and republican voters gravitate towards outsiders. still, with the general election now in a dead heat, clinton hoping her historic run isn't lost on voters in the fall. >> so many people talked to me about what it means to them, women and girls, fathers of daughters, people who understand
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curiel. joining me is luke russert from the hill. luke, does this matter? are we reaching a point they would look for someone else to be the nominee, change the rules, or is this just a done deal? >> reporter: i think a lot of them are reserved to the fact he will be the nominee because it's very hard to go to the convention in cleveland and suppress the popular will of the republican voter. i mean, donald trump won under the rules that were put forward by the rnc and what they played for, they could switch them in a committee process behind closed doors but if you think that some of the wririoting has been bad,u bring in angry conservatives along with the angry liberals out there, what you're starting to hear on capitol hill, andrea, from paul ryan who had a closed door meeting today, the speaker said, look, i understand what happened was very difficult. we believe he's going to temper
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down and it's best for us to unify. i will continue to speak up and speak my mind when he does something out of character. i think this is best summed up by one republican member, golf analogy. i'm not asking for him to keep it in the fairway. the rough is fine. but please, sir, get inbounds. i think that sums it up effectively for the party regarding donald trump. >> and it's an appropriate analogy. thank you very much, luke russert. >> take care. >> and we end with some news from the court, the tennis court. maria sharapova, has been handed a two-year suspension from tennis after testing positive for meldonium. she said she did not know it was on this year's updated banned substance list. she will appeal the two-year ban. and that does it for this edition of "andrea mitchell reports." follow the show online, on facebook and twitter. tune in to "nbc nightly news" tonight. lester holt will be interviewing hillary clinton after a history
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making victory. craig melvin is up next here on msnbc. and a good day to you. right now on "msnbc live," game on. the race to election day, november 8, is now exactly five months away. hillary clinton and donald trump have both assumed their roles as presumptive nominees, clinton embracing her historic win as the first female majority party pick. trump making the case about his own historic tally of republican primary votes, both setting the stage for what promises to be a scorching summer of heated back and forth. >> when he says let's make america great again, that is code for let's take america backwards. >> the clintons have turned the politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves. >> ae


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