How unusual is this year’s presidential race? Hillary Clinton’s campaign seems reluctant to accept the mantle of presumptive nominee.
Just moments after the Associated Press, followed quickly by other news organizations, updated their delegate counts to put Clinton over the threshold to become the nominee, campaign manager Robby Mook said in a statement that the key moment will actually come Tuesday. That's when, he said, the former secretary of State “will clinch not only a win in the popular vote, but also the majority of pledged delegates.”
“This is an important milestone, but there are six states that are voting Tuesday, with millions of people heading to the polls, and Hillary Clinton is working to earn every vote,” he said.