Democratic presidential contenders Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders face off in West Virginia while the presumptive Republican candidate Donald Trump is running unopposed in the West Virginia and Nebraska primaries. Linda So reports.
Voters head to the polls in West Virginia and Nebraska for Republican primaries where the presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump is the last man standing. SOUNDBITE: REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE DONALD TRUMP, SAYING: "It's no fun this way... I want the primaries to keep going everyone is out, I'm the only one left." Trump has his eye on his likely Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton as he continues to level attacks against her on the campaign trial. SOUNDBITE: REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE DONALD TRUMP, SAYING: "She's married to a man who is the worst abuser of women in the history of politics." Clinton dismissed his attacks during a stop in Virginia calling Trump's rhetoric reckless. SOUNDBITE: DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE HILLARY CLINTON, SAYING: "I am running my campaign. I am not running against him. He is doing a fine job of doing that himself." Polls show Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders with a slight lead over Clinton in West Virginia. But the outcome there with only 29 delegates at stake is unlikely to alter the course of the Democratic race. The make or break for Sanders will likely come in California where 475 delegates are up for grabs. The Vermont senator is already focusing his efforts there. SOUNDBITE: DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE BERNIE SANDERS, SAYING: "Over the last year we have won 18 caucuses and primaries. No one can predict the future but I think we have a good shot to win in WV, KY and OR. And after those 3 states we are coming to CA June 7th." Trump is taking time off the campaign trail. He's scheduled to meet with House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republican leaders in Washington later in the week.