It's all but certain that a real estate magnate and reality TV star who's never held political office will be this year's Republican nominee for the White House. Ted Cruz has dropped out, John Kasich's campaign is over, and Donald Trump is the only GOP candidate left standing. Will the nominating convention be able to hold the party together this summer?
Yesterday, Bernie Sanders won, too. He's still challenging Hillary Clinton on some of the same economic issues that are working for Trump. Have the Democrats helped pave the road for Trump by ceasing to be the Party of Working People?