Bernie Sanders seized a victory in California in the last act of a dramatic Super Tuesday which saw Joe Biden win state after state in landslides across the nation – only for his rival to take the biggest prize of all. Just after polls closed, the state was called for Sanders, his fourth victory of the night. At the same time Texas, the other delegate-rich state, was too close to call with Sanders and Biden both in the running to take it. But for Mike Bloomberg, a disastrous night appeared to spell the end of a campaign which has burned through $1 billion in three months, leaving him with one victory – American Samoa – to show for it. His aides said he was discussing whether to drop out, and he tweeted an ambiguous ‘thank you’ to supporters saying ‘we’re more determined than ever to defeat Donald Trump and rebuild America,’ – hardly a commitment to stay in the race. For the two frontrunners, Sanders’ win in California threatened to upend the narrative of the night being a sensational comeback for Biden. The devil will be in the detail of exactly how the delegates are distributed, and Biden’s thumping victories… Read full this story
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