Clinton seeks to clinch nomination in Tuesday's primaries

Hillary Clinton is on the verge of having enough delegates to win the Democratic nomination. The former secretary of state beat Bernie Sanders in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands over the weekend.

She has been turning her attention to attacking presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Bernie Sanders, now only trailing Clinton by a couple of points in California, still has almost no chance of getting the party nomination. In spite of that, Sanders says he has no plans to drop out of this race.

Political analyst Brigid Harrison says Sanders only hurts Clinton as she tries to focus on the general election.

The big contests on Tuesday are in New Jersey and California. If Clinton wins New Jersey, as polls suggest, she may win enough delegates to clinch the nomination when pledged delegates and super delegates are counted.