The race for White House is heating up with Hillary Clinton emerging the winner of the Democratic caucuses in Nevada, beating Bernie Sanders, while mouthy estate mogul turned politician Donald Trump emerged winner in the crowded Republican nominating party in South Carolina.
The victories put Clinton and Trump in strong positions as the 2016 presidential election draws near.
Clinton’s roughly five-point win eased the rising anxieties of her backers, who feared a growing challenge from Sanders.
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