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Biden, Trump clinch nominations, kicking off bruising presidential rematch

Biden, Trump clinch nominations, kicking off bruising presidential rematch

PRESIDENT Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump both clinched their parties' nomination on Tuesday, kicking off the first U.S. presidential election rematch in nearly 70 years. Biden needed 1,968 delegates to win the nomination, and he passed that number on Tuesday night as results began to come in from the primary contest in Georgia, Edison Research said. Results were also coming in from Mississippi, Washington State, the Northern Mariana Islands and Democrats living abroad. Hours later, Trump clinched the 1,215 delegates required to secure the Republican presidential nomination as four states held contests, including Georgia, the battleground where Trump faces criminal charges for his efforts…
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