Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton secured substantial victories in the New York primaries on Tuesday night, strengthening Clinton's position as Democratic frontrunner but doing little to ease speculation of a contested nomination process at the Republican party convention in July. The FT's Washington bureau chief Demetri Sevastopulo talks to Neil Munshi about the results and the state of the nomination race. Visit FT.com/nbe to sign up for the White House Countdown email newsletter.

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