Primary season wraps up with a Clinton vs. Trump showdown on the horizon, but Sanders won’t give up

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Hey voters, there's some good news and bad news about the primary election results. The good news has the primary seasonfinally over!

Well, that's the bad news,'s really not over.

Even though Hillary Clinton won four more states including California on Tuesday and essentially became the presumptive Democratic nominee - and the first woman ever to do so for any party.

"Thanks to you, we've reached a milestone," Clinton told supporters in Brooklyn. "We all owe so much to those who came before and tonight belongs to all of you."

Female celebrities like Cher, Ellen DeGeneres and Katy Perry celebrated the historic night on Twitter, with Perry honoring Hillary by saying, "You broke the mold!"

But meanwhile, Bernie Sanders is feeling burned!

"I know that the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight," a deflated Bernie announced at his rally. "But we will continue to fight for every vote and every delegate we can get."

Yep, he's not going away yet!

With the final Democratic Primary contest next week in Washington D.C., 'the Bern' vows to fight on.

But what do Houston voters think?

"I think it's way past time that we have a female president," Andre Evans declared.

Rebecca Cole echoed that thought. "I think that it's a positive thing in this country to have a female hold such a leadership office," she said.

"Bernie, run again, man," James Goldsmith advised. "Run again, man. That's really all I can say about that."

Meantime, presumptive Republican Nominee Donald Trump spoke after winning all his remaining states on Tuesday.

"Together we will put the American people first again," Trump vowed. "First again."

If Sanders ever gets the memo and finally drops out, then Hillary and 'The Donald' will get around to picking running mates, and plenty of drama will hit the political conventions.

So, get ready, America!

It's going to be a cruel summer...