Clinton, Sanders compete in West Virginia; Trump mulls running mate

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton shakes hands with parents during a campaign stop at The Family Care Center in LexingtonBy Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) – Bernie Sanders had another chance on Tuesday to slow Hillary Clinton’s march toward the Democratic U.S. presidential nomination as West Virginia held its primary election, a week after Donald Trump became the Republicans’ presumptive nominee. Clinton, a former U.S. secretary of state, still holds a commanding lead in the pledged delegates needed to become the party’s candidate in the Nov. 8 election.

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