Written by Staff Writer
07 Jun, 2016 | 6:38 am
Hillary Clinton secured the delegates required to claim the Democratic presidential nomination Monday.
The milestone came one day after President Obama was reported to have spoken to Sanders in a bid to unify the party ahead of the general election against Republican Donald Trump.
On Monday night, Clinton had secured the support of enough super delegates to clinch the Democratic presidential nomination when the party convenes at its July convention in Philadelphia.
Therefore the 2016 general election unofficially began on Monday, when Clinton secured enough delegates to clinch the Democratic presidential nomination.
Hillary Clinton will become the first female nominee for a major US political party.
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