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Hillary Clinton emerged from New York's presidential primary closer to clinching the Democratic nomination and becoming the first woman to reach that milestone.Clinton clinched at least 175 out of 291 New York delegates, while Sanders won at least 106, according to the AP.Trump's haul of most of New York's 95 delegates moved him closer to the 1,237 needed to win the nomination outright.Cruz, 45, came in third in New York. Trump won at least 89 delegates in New York, while Kasich got at least three, according to a count by the Associated Press. New York boosted Trump's delegate tally to 845, while Cruz has 559 and Kasich 147, according to the AP. In the latest Reuters/Ipsos national poll of likely general election voters, 45 percent said they would support Clinton while 35 percent would support Trump if the two were running against each other.
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