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The contests to decide the nominees of America's two main political parties, the Democrats and the Republicans, for the presidential election are all but over.Clinton isn't about to make Sanders her running mate.Obama, once Sanders is out of the race, will surely campaign hard for Clinton.It is clear that Sanders intends to challenge Clinton on some issues to be included in the party's 2016 policy platform. At this point, Clinton and Sanders are exasperated by each other.The greatest danger she faces in the election in November is that too many Democrats simply won't bother to vote. Her campaign is counting on Donald Trump to unite the party, and that might well happen; but she will have her work cut out, particularly among young and first-time voters, who have overwhelmingly backed Sanders.Republicans will also have a problem uniting around Trump, who is now the party's presumptive nominee.
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