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Jonathan Jones writes for the New Statesman on American politics.
For all Hillary Clinton's weaknesses, Donald Trump is close to the dream opponent, says Jonathan Jones.
The Democrats will likely retain the White House, but taking over Congress is a taller order.
So a Clinton-Trump general election is assured – a historically unpopular match-up based on their current favourability ratings.
Although Sanders will not be mathematically eliminated until California apportions its delegates, the numbers are getting more and more implausible.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both had a successful night in their home state of New York.
Defeat in Wisconsin has put Trump on the brink.
The convention process makes it difficult for the Republican party to escape its gruesome twosome - but not impossible.
Donald Trump's success is relative.
Meanwhile, the Republican race still has a way left to run.
The Republican race is now between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, while the Democratic race remains Hillary Clinton's to lose.