Hillary Clinton Becomes US’ First Female Presidential Nominee

Clinton defeated Bernie Sanders to clinch the Democratic nomination for US Presidential Election

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Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton secured the nomination from Democratic party for US Presidential Election 2016 on Tuesday. Clinton became the first women in the history of the United States to clinch a nomination from a major party. She defeated Bernie Sanders in her bid to clinch the party nomination.

We have reached a milestone. First time in the American history, a woman will be the Presidential nominee of major party.
Hillary Clinton

Clinton will now take on Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump in the bid to become 45th President of USA. At her victory speech, Clinton said that Trump lacks the temperament to be a President and Commander-in-Chief.

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