What Pa. Victory Means for Clinton Hillary Clinton needed to win Tuesday's primary by 10 points to stay in the race, and she won by exactly that. We examine what this means for Obama.
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What Pa. Victory Means for Clinton

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What Pa. Victory Means for Clinton

What Pa. Victory Means for Clinton

What Pa. Victory Means for Clinton

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Hillary Clinton needed to win the Pennsylvania primary by 10 points to stay in the race, and she won by exactly 10 points. Madeleine Brand talks with David Greene about what last night's primary results mean for each of the Democratic candidates.