Sunday shows preview: Sanders faces a hard decision
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Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonSaagar Enjeti: Tuesday's Democratic debate already 'rigged' against Gabbard, Sanders Ilhan Omar raises .1 million in third quarter Bloomberg rethinking running for president: report MORE became the Democratic party's presumptive nominee this week, winning several primary states Tuesday to give her the majority of pledged delegates. Her support among superdelegates put her over the party's threshold to clinch the nomination.  

Clinton also racked in some high-profile endorsements this week, getting backed by President Obama, Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenSupport drops for Medicare for All but increases for public option Bolton told ex-Trump aide to call White House lawyers about Ukraine pressure campaign: report Federal prosecutors in New York examining Giuliani business dealings with Ukraine: report MORE and progressive firebrand Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenSupport drops for Medicare for All but increases for public option Hillicon Valley: Warren takes on Facebook over political ads | Zuckerberg defends meetings with conservatives | Civil liberties groups sound alarm over online extremism bill Feehery: Trump may be down, but he's not out yet MORE (D-Mass.) 

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Meanwhile, rival Bernie SandersBernie SandersSupport drops for Medicare for All but increases for public option Hillicon Valley: Warren takes on Facebook over political ads | Zuckerberg defends meetings with conservatives | Civil liberties groups sound alarm over online extremism bill On The Money: Trump touts China trade deal | Wall Street, Washington see signs for caution | Trump threatens sanctions on Turkey | Sanders proposes sharp hike to corporate taxes MORE, who originally vowed to stay in the race until the party's convention in July, has dramatically softened his rhetoric in recent days, leading onlookers to believe he plans to end his campaign after the final primary in Washington, D.C., June 14.

On the Republican side of the presidential race, presumptive nominee Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpBusiness school deans call for lifting country-specific visa caps Bolton told ex-Trump aide to call White House lawyers about Ukraine pressure campaign: report Federal prosecutors in New York examining Giuliani business dealings with Ukraine: report MORE had a week plagued with controversy after calling a judge's "Mexican heritage" a conflict of interest that prevents him from fairly presiding over a lawsuit involving Trump University. Many Republicans, including House Speaker Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanAmash: Trump incorrect in claiming Congress didn't subpoena Obama officials Democrats hit Scalia over LGBTQ rights Three-way clash set to dominate Democratic debate MORE, have denounced the remarks. Ryan, who called Trump's comments "textbook" racism, will appear on ABC's "This Week." 

Sanders will make four appearances on the Sunday circuit this week. 

Here's the full lineup: 

ABC's "This Week": Sanders will talk about the future of his campaign. Trump adviser Paul Manafort will discuss his boss's controversy-embroiled week. Ryan will make an appearance.

NBC's "Meet the Press": Sanders makes an appearance. Also, Sen. Jeff FlakeJeffrey (Jeff) Lane FlakeHow to survive an impeachment Are Senate Republicans certain that Trump can return to office? Jeff Flake calls Trump's language 'authoritarian' MORE (R-Ariz.) talk about the chances of the Republican party unifying before November.

CBS' "Face the Nation": Sanders, Ryan, Flake make appearances. Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski will talk about the future of Trump's campaign. 

CNN's "State of the Union":  Sanders makes an appearance. Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta will talk about her big week in the race and the general election matchup with Trump.

"Fox News Sunday": Sen. Jeff SessionsJefferson (Jeff) Beauregard SessionsTrump attacks Sessions: A 'total disaster' and 'an embarrassment to the great state of Alabama' Ocasio-Cortez fires back at Washington Times after story on her 'high-dollar hairdo' Trump's tirades, taunts and threats are damaging our democracy MORE (R-Ala.) will discuss Trump's controversial comments about a U.S. district judge, and Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy Jean KlobucharHillicon Valley: Warren takes on Facebook over political ads | Zuckerberg defends meetings with conservatives | Civil liberties groups sound alarm over online extremism bill Analysis: Warren and Booker most cyber-aware 2020 candidates Poll: Democratic support for Warren climbs to record high MORE (D-Minn.), a supporter of Clinton, will discuss the presidential race.