WOLF BLITZER, CNN ANCHOR: With Donald Trump no longer facing any primary opposition, the focus tonight is on the Democrats ongoing contests and the general election battle ahead.
JEFF ZELENY, CNN SENIOR WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT: The focus on West Virginia. The Clinton campaign believes they will lose that state. A bit ironic, eight years ago, she won that state over Barack Obama by some 40 points.
JOHN KING, CNN CHIEF NATIONAL CORRESPONDENT: Let's assume Bernie Sanders wins West Virginia tonight, 60-40, right? Remember, 301. If he wins 60-40 because of the number of delegates at stake, it's a net gain of only five delegates. That's the problem for Bernie Sanders right now. It's the same rules that have kept him competitive. The proportionality of the Democratic rules make it hard for him to catch up right now.
BLITZER: Donald Trump easily wins, without any opposition, the Republican presidential primary in West Virginia.
DANA BASH, CNN CHIEF POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT: The fact that West Virginia is Trump territory is really at perfect illustration of the kind of voter that he appeal to so successfully.
BLITZER: Bernie Sanders is the winner.
KING: A lot of Clinton supporters say "get out", Bernie Sanders supporters are energized. It's called the Daytona 500 for a reason. Let him, you know, he has every right to stay in the race because he still has a possibility.
ANDERSON COOPER, CNN ANCHOR: He's still winning.
KING: But it's really hard to see, he has to win 66 percent of the remaining pledged delegates, just to catch her, to beat her by one. It's very unlikely, but it's a crazy year. Let's play on.
CARL AZUZ, CNN STUDENT NEWS ANCHOR: Hi. I'm Carl Azuz. Thank you for watching.
We start with a quick update on the U.S. presidential nomination process. Voters in Nebraska and West Virginia went to the polls earlier this week to help nominate a Republican candidate for president. Businessman Donald Trump is now running unopposed. He won both states and he is now 90 delegates away from the 1,237 he'll need to clinch the Republican nomination for president. He is expected to do that, and become the party's nominee.
For the Democrats, even though former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is still in the lead, it was her challenger, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders who won in West Virginia. Nebraska had its Democratic vote back in March. So, as of right now, former Secretary Clinton has 1,719 pledged delegates and 516 superdelegates. Senator Sanders has 1,425 pledged delegates and 41 superdelegates. A Democrat needs 2,383 delegates to win the party nomination.