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democratic side. leon: all the results are scrolling at the bottom of the screen. we have team coverage. alison: the outcome was expected, but how close is donald trump to clinching the nomination? tom roussey has a look at the numbers for us. when virginia had its primary nearly two months ago, donald trump was not in virginia. montgomerythhe won , and several other counties. he has also been declared the winner of pennsylvania and rhode island. his delegate count stands at 950. he needs 1,237 to clinch the nomination. tonight, he was talking about hillary clinton at his press conference.
hillary clinton was not a woman, i don't think she would be getting that much vote. tom: it's still possible he may not reach the magic number of ,1237. that said, his victories tonight give him a much better chance than going into tonight. tom roussey, abc 7 news. alison: tom, thank you. moving to the other side of the aisle, hillary clinton winning states tonight, making the road ahead tougher for her opponent, bernie sanders. has some of the supporters celebrating tonight. a measured celebration is clinton supporters expected her to win maryland, and she did that come as well, pennsylvania, and connecticut. smiles tonight from clinton supporters as they watch the secretary of state give her
of the upcoming democratic national convention. clinton looking unstoppable in her attempt to get the democratic nomination, and tonight she was striking a tone of unity for the party. clinton: we are going to imagine a tomorrow where hard work is honored, families are supported, streets are safe, and keim unity is our strong, and where love trumps hate. jeff: some differing opinions among supporters as to whether bernie sanders should drop out and back secretary clinton or fight until the nomination. a lot ofeement here, democrats believe if donald trump or ted cruz is the nominee for the republican party, then all democrats could unite in their support of hillary clinton. jeff goldberg, abc 7 news. sanders is not backing down. al
and ted cruz, who have teamed up against donald trump. we are joined by chief political correspondent scott thuman. the big question, where do we go from here? trump,if you are donald he is saying he is the presumptive nominee. if you are john kasich or ted cruz, you say that he still may not get the magic number of 1,23 7. they believe they still have a life raft to hold onto. hillary clinton, she looks to be building much more of a commanding lead, especially with the delegates, but bernie sanders says he will stay in as well because he is getting the donors, major rallies. until she reaches the number, he believes he should stay in. commanding victories for both does not clinton necessarily mean that is the end for the rest of the field. leon:
results, so what is his next move? seven races in a row before new york. that does not necessarily mean that he has an avenue warpath, but he does have one victory tonight, possibly comes out of west virginia or another state in the future. he will hold on. he wants the supporters until he decides to say you can support hillary clinton. that is the same for the other candidates on the republican side. a very slow month with only a handful of states voting in may. it extends all the way until june, if the candidates won it to. moving to maryland, tonight's big contest, the senate primary on the democratic side. the winner will be replacing senator barbara mikulski. tonight, chris van hollen
donna edwards for the nomination and he will take on a republican in the election. maryland bureau chief brad bell is live at van hollen's headquarters in bethesda. also be thel presumptive favorite in maryland because we do have a democratic electorate that outnumbers republicans about two-to-one. around it is expected chris van hollen will have a much easier task. you can always tell the difference between a victory party at a party where there is a defeat because the people are hanging around. they are celebrating. paid his dues,n 57 years old, games up through the statehouse, worked on the hill. he joins us now live. and regulations, chris van hollen. what is your message to marylanders today? campaign,rds
the second african-american senator in the u.s., what is your message to the residents of maryland? bringvan hollen: we will all people together, people from all backgrounds and races. i want to thank congresswoman donna edwards for reaching out this evening. she has been a great advocate for democratic priorities. now we move forward. what separates us is teeny compared with what separates us from republican candidates like donald trump. his message of division. we do not need division. speech to this room, as you just did now, transition into a general election message. you had harsh words for mr. trump. he did win the maryland republican primary. he did, butllen: donald trump does not begin to represent the state of maryland. we are a state of people from all different
diverse state in terms of both race and ethnicity in geography. marylanders will want to work together to get things done. i do not think they will accept the politics of division that donald trump espouses. brad: thank you very much. chris van hollen: thank you. hollen, who paid his dues, came into this race with a number of endorsements, the front runner, and he beat back the upstart and claim the primary tonight. in bethesda, brad bell, abc 7 news. leon: donna not able to get the victory tonight. richard reeve has what she said tonight. rich? full roomsu have when you have victories come empty rooms when you do not win, and unfortunately that happen here for this campaign. we heard so much about not getting the
edwards hadna some blunt talk for the democratic establishment in maryland. donna edwards: i look at the majority is minority stake -- we are -- that it is time to have our seat at the table. as women, as workers, as black and brown people, as communities of color, we are no longer content to have you make the decisions for us. not talkingards about her future political plans, but she did say the battle is not over, the work is not done. sounds like somebody may be running for office again. richard reeve, abc 7 news. leon: edwards and van hollen leaving their congressional
speech is open. also, check up to the minute primary coverage on wjla.com. alison: turning to the weather, the rain is possible tomorrow. let's get the timeline with steve rudin. steve: showers right now, not amounting to way lot overnight. most of the shower activity suppressed to the south of the capital beltway, the exception extreme southern maryland with light showers. leonardtown, la plata, prince frederick looking at just a few showers right now, but nothing that will be severe. ,omorrow, grabbed the umbrella you will need it at some point during the day. cooler temperatures on the way. more about that in the upcoming weekend in a few minutes. you, steve.k we are following breaking news out of wheaton, where the police are investigating a shooting. we have a live look right now in this neighborhood where this is happening, on center hill street.
z1yotz a clean sweep for donald trump, winning all five republican primaries. hillary clinton winning four of the democratic primaries. the next contest, indiana next tuesday. donnavan hollen beat edwards in the democratic contest for the senate seat vacated by barbara mikulski. we have complete results scrolling at the bottom of the screen. abc 7 news. in the eighth district, a tight race, chris van hollen's seat is up for grabs.
headquarters tonight with the latest. kevin? kevin: with more than 110,000 votes, the associated press has raskined jamie speaking to supporters in downtown silver spring. this was a long road to victory for raskin who had to fend off eight democratic contenders, newscastery former kathleen matthews. fromn is a professor american university. in annapolis, he was a major of gun control and american quality. >>
recently about the way he was get republicans to support his agenda, so i hope that is something he brings to washington as well. billshas shepherded through the process, so he knows how to work across the aisle and use the political process. n electric crowd. as far as we have been told, no concession speech yet from kathleen matthews or david tronwe. leon: the fourth district seat vacated by donna edwards, glenn ivey was defeated by former lieutenant governor anthony brown. alison: primary results are still scrolling at the bottom of the screen. see all the races at our website, wjla.com. leon: let's talk about the weather. alison: rain movi i
showers tomorrow, but we were lucky today, though we need the rain. things are beginning to dry out. now, 76we go right degrees at reagan national airport, same thing in hagerstown, 70 cumberland. the reason we are so mild, the cloud cover, and we never had the showers that we're going to coolest down, did not happen. state college, pennsylvania, 51, pittsburgh 51, 40's from detroit to dish out condo. the cooler air is coming our way tomorrow. we have a cold front just off to the south. that will eventually make its way to our area as we head through the overnight and into the day tomorrow. it will get hung up just a bit, not a lot of movement, and that is why we have scattered showers in the forecast not only tomorrow but into the day thursday.
southernwers extreme rim lead, prince frederick the next half hour or so, leonardtown. all of this moves across the bay and will have no impact inside the capital beltway. tonight, calling for spotty showers remaining, upper 40's, upper 50's for the nighttime lows, the wind out of the northeast at five. get the umbrella ready tomorrow, not will need it -- you will not need it all day long, but you will for part of the day. morning temperatures a lot cooler than earlier this when it, dropping into the capital 53tway, mid 50's fairfax, ashburn. tomorrow morning, this model brings wet weather inside the beltway. it could mean a wet commute on the capital beltway, so leave extra time in the morning so that you can make it on time to your destination. route midday, only to have showers reappear late afternoon into the evening.
baseball games tomorrow night, soccer games or lacrosse games, so watch out for that. tomorrow, mostly cloudy skies, the temperatures near 63, 64. cooler thursday with steady rain. by the weekend, we start to warm up a bit, near 70 saturday, showers late in the day sunday. most of sunday will be nice. sunday evening into monday, not so nice. alison: saturday looks good. like that. thank you. leon: have we found that with happening with the caps? erin: yes, finally, the schedule was released. and philliesionals were in a close game.
desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. erin: after a much-needed day off, the nationals continue their homestand senate against philadelphia. bryce harper entered the week leading the majors with nine home runs. the fifth.3-2 in ryan zimmerman shoots it into the outfield, anthony rendon jogs home. anco hits the oliver perez itch the center, r.b.i. double, the phillies beat the nats 4-3. orioles-rays in tampa. top of the first, adam jones rips a shot that seems destined for extra bases. the outfielder leaps and robs jones of the hit, then does the
very much." [laughing] i cannot do well this. is finally out for the capitals facing the penguins. one will be thursday at the verizon center, game two saturday at verizon. the game shifts to pittsburgh for games three and four. >> they were playing really well they are thend, so best team in the league, the hottest team in the league right now. team alle hottest season. we have to keep the ball in our court. the toronto raptors were down by 17 tonight against the pacers. it look like indiana had tied it with that three, but after further review, he did not get the shot off in time.
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under arrest after a six-month-old died in their care. the baby was rushed to the hospital april 19 from the day care center in rockville. the child died eight days later. the medical examiner found multiple broken bones and bruises. it has been ruled a homicide. rockville, the search for whoever spray-painted locations,t several found that welch park, another painted onto a memorial stone, a third found on a piece of gym equipment outside of bill elementary school. if you have any information, call the police. leon: the white house was under lockdown after a man jumped a fence today. the secret service believe he was a robbery suspect running from a crime scene. he was arrested
the fence along 17th street. the lockdown lasted about 30 minutes. tonighta clean sweep for donald trump, winning all five of tonight's primaries. hillary clinton winning four, losing only rhode island to bernie sanders. the next contest is indiana tuesday. big races in maryland, chris van hollen beat donna edwards the democratic contest for the senate. isn: chris van hollen's seat up for grabs in the eighth district, and it looks like jamie raskin won that. alison: former prince george's county states attorney glenn ivey was defeated by anthony brown. for full results on all the races, go to our website, havecom, and we will continuing coverage of the primary results on "good morning washington."
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not a washout. high, a huge difference compared with today where we hit 86 at reagan national airport. be prepared for the cooler weather along with the scattered showers. the temperatures well below average for this time of year, lower 60's thursday, same friday with showers. by saturday, we dry out nicely. sunday evening into monday morning, showers, widely scattered, but outdoor plan sunday night, may want to watch the sky. alison: thank you very much. we will bundle up tomorrow. leon: jimmy kimmel live is next.
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