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What did Super Tuesday 4.0 mean for Trump & Clinton?

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BILLINGS, Mont. -

Two candidates appear to be pulling ahead in the race to the White House.

"Let's go forward. Let's win the nomination. And in July, let's return as a unified party," said Clinton in a rally after Super Tuesday.

"So Hillary Clinton really kind of established herself as really the likely nominee. She's already shifted her conversation and really focused on the general election in the fall. Even Bernie Sanders is really kind of taking the position of how he's trying to move the conversation within the Democratic Party versus winning delegates to actually stop Hillary Clinton from being the nominee," said KULR-8 Political Analyst, Lee Banville. "When we're looking at who's going to be the nominee, last night told us, it's going to be Hillary Clinton.

"This is a far bigger win than we even expected," said GOP frontrunner Donald Trump after a clean sweep Tuesday night.

Banville went on to explain how Senator Ted Cruz is trying to downplay Donald Trump's successful night saying, "Last night was a very good night for Donald Trump. What's interesting to look at today is obviously today Ted Cruz is trying to change that narrative. And he did that by nominating Carly Fiorina as his running mate. Because the story right now is that Donald Trump is walking away with the nomination unless something big happens. Will this announcement of a running mate be big enough to really change the story? That's what we're going to have to see. These will be the decisions that voters will be weighing on. That will be deciding whether Donald Trump comes to Cleveland as the nominee, or we come to Cleveland with an open fight on our hands between these different factions of the Republican Party."

Meanwhile, Ted Cruz says Carly Fiorina will be his Vice Presidential pick if he wins the GOP nomination and word from the Bernie Sanders' campaign is that hundreds of field staffers and other aides soon will be laid off.