(CNN)– In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, CNN’s Joe Johns reports on Sen. John McCain’s efforts to counter Barack Obama’s charge that his administration would represent a continuation of President Bush’s policies.
Meanwhile, the day after clinching the Democratic nomination, Sen. Barack Obama continues to go head-to-head in the general election battle with McCain over foreign affairs. State Department Correspondent Zain Verjee reports on Obama’s effort to quell some voters’ concerns over his Iran, Iraq policies.
Obama reached the magic delegate number of 2,118 Tuesday night, but Sen. Hillary Clinton has yet to concede the nomination. Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley explains what the New York senator’s next move could be.
Both parties’ presumptive nominees are eyeing Clinton’s strong group of female supporters. CNN’s Carol Costello has the latest details on McCain and Obama’s effort to woo her core constituency, while Internet reporter Abbi Tatton takes you online where Clinton asks her supporters for some help.
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