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Making history: Hillary Clinton becomes the presumptive Democratic nominee




Hillary Clinton stands for a portrait in San Antonio.
Hillary Clinton stands for a portrait in San Antonio.
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Despite some problems voters faced at the polls and Bernie Sanders' pledge to stay in the race, for Hillary Clinton and her supporters, it's a moment to pause and take note that history has been made.

Clinton June 2016 speech

With last night's achievement, Clinton is the presumptive Democratic nominee, making her the first woman in American history to claim the nomination of a major political party.

For more on this historic moment,  Nancy L. Cohen, author of "Breakthrough: The Making of America's First Female President" joined the show. 

To hear the full interview, click the blue play button above.

For more on Nancy's book, please find the excerpt below.

BREAKTHROUGH: The Making of America's 1st Woman President