Clinton grabs at least 194 delegates with four wins
Trump: If Hillary were a man, I don't think she'd get five percent of vote
Sanders acknowledges he has 'very narrow path' to nomination
Trump considers himself 'presumptive nominee'
Donald Trump swept primaries in five Northeastern states on Tuesday, moving closer to winning the Republican presidential nomination as he easily defeated rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, already in control of the Democratic race, defeated challenger Bernie Sanders in Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania.
But in a surprise, Sanders was projected to have won Rhode Island. Connecticut's Democratic vote was too close to call.
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