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Republicans Jockey For Delegates, Clinton Tries To Look Past Sanders

RNC Rules Committee Chairman Bruce Ash listens to a speaker during the Republican National Committee Spring Meeting at the Diplomat Resort on April 21, 2016 in Hollywood, Florida. The RNC's 56-member rules committee, helps form the guidelines for this year's nominating convention in Cleveland, Ohio. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
RNC Rules Committee Chairman Bruce Ash listens to a speaker during the Republican National Committee Spring Meeting at the Diplomat Resort on April 21, 2016 in Hollywood, Florida. The RNC's 56-member rules committee, helps form the guidelines for this year's nominating convention in Cleveland, Ohio. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

ABC News political director Rick Klein and politics reporter Juana Summers join Here & Now’s Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson for a look at this past week in presidential politics.

Trump and Hillary Clinton won big in New York and began focusing more of their attacks on each other. And the man who’s now managing Donald Trump’s primary election strategy told delegates who were meeting in Florida yesterday that Trump has been playing a “part” in order to project an image, and Trump will tone it down for the general election.

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