The Heat: Super Tuesday returns show clear presidential front-runners

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The Heat: Super Tuesday returns show clear presidential front-runners

Voters in a dozen U.S. states cast ballots for Republican and Democratic Presidential nominees on Super Tuesday yesterday.

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton both won the most number of states and racked up even more delegates, solidifying their positions as the front-runners.

CCTV America’s Jessica Stone reports from the White House.

The Heat interviewed the following guests about the U.S. presidential race:

The Heat: Super Tuesday returns show clear presidential front-runners

The Heat: Super Tuesday returns show clear presidential front-runners

Voters in a dozen U.S. states cast ballots for Republican and Democratic Presidential nominees on Super Tuesday yesterday. Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton both won the most number of states and racked up even more delegates, solidifying their positions as the front-runners. CCTV America’s Jessica Stone reports from the White House. The Heat interviewed the following guests about the U.S. presidential race: Lynn Sweet, the Washington, D.C. bureau chief for the Chicago-Sun Times. Zachery Williams, an associate professor of African American history at the University of Akron in the U.S. state of Ohio. Alberto Avendano, the executive editor of El Tiempo Latino, a publication of the Washington Post.

The Heat: Panel of exeperts on Super Tuesday results

The Heat: Panel of exeperts on Super Tuesday results

Voters in a dozen U.S. states cast ballots for Republican and Democratic Presidential nominees on Super Tuesday yesterday. Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton both won the most number of states and racked up even more delegates, solidifying their positions as the front-runners. The Heat interviewed the following guests about the U.S. presidential race: Lynn Sweet, the Washington, D.C. bureau chief for the Chicago-Sun Times. Zachery Williams, an associate professor of African American history at the University of Akron in the U.S. state of Ohio. Alberto Avendano, the executive editor of El Tiempo Latino, a publication of the Washington Post.

  • Lynn Sweet, the Washington, D.C. bureau chief for the Chicago-Sun Times.
  • Zachery Williams, an associate professor of African American history at the University of Akron in the U.S. state of Ohio.
  • Alberto Avendano, the executive editor of El Tiempo Latino, a publication of the Washington Post.