LATE NIGHT UPDATE:
Well, that was fun...after the initial "52%-48% exit poll" scare, of course. After being outspent 2-1, Clinton won a landslide victory in a large and diverse state that Bernie simply couldn't afford to lose. The Democratic race is finally winding down, and next week's result will only make that clearer. The time is fast approaching for Sanders and his campaign team to stop losing ugly and bring the party together. Our future depends on it.
We'll have much more on this incredible development tomorrow.
The Democratic nominee. pic.twitter.com/VKq9f4athu— Hillary HQ (@Hillary_HQ) April 20, 2016
BREAKING: Hillary Clinton is the projected winner of the New York Democratic primary. More: https://t.co/eqW3VUZmHC pic.twitter.com/AKhIkwLm8L— Meet the Press (@meetthepress) April 20, 2016
BREAKING: Clinton wins NY primary, will take majority of delegates https://t.co/QIBftySY9u #PrimaryDay pic.twitter.com/Avb6HlwS0Y— The Hill (@thehill) April 20, 2016
Sanders's path to the nomination is steeper than ever: https://t.co/WIner4xEEq #NYPrimary pic.twitter.com/Ig0IwpDcfO— FiveThirtyEight (@FiveThirtyEight) April 20, 2016
And now, @HillaryClinton is well over 10 million votes.— Christina Reynolds (@creynoldsnc) April 20, 2016
Hillary's New York victory speech was one of her best ever...inspiring, emotional, triumphant and unifying. A truly amazing candidate.— Hillary HQ (@Hillary_HQ) April 20, 2016
Bernie outspent Hillary 2-1 and lost by about 15 points in a diverse, must-win state where he was born. This night is a disaster for him.— Hillary HQ (@Hillary_HQ) April 20, 2016