Sunday shows preview: Sanders faces a hard decision
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Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonPoll shows Biden, Warren tied with Trump in Arizona The Hill's Morning Report - Trump touts new immigration policy, backtracks on tax cuts Hickenlooper announces Senate bid 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 BidenSarah Huckabee Sanders becomes Fox News contributor Poll shows Biden, Warren tied with Trump in Arizona Giuliani says he discussed Biden with Ukrainian official MORE and progressive firebrand Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenKrystal Ball: Elites have chosen Warren as The One; Lauren Claffey: Is AOC wrong about the Electoral College? Poll shows Biden, Warren tied with Trump in Arizona McConnell rejects Democrats' 'radical movement' to abolish filibuster MORE (D-Mass.) 


Meanwhile, rival Bernie SandersBernie Sanders2020 candidates have the chance to embrace smarter education policies Bernie Sanders Adviser talks criminal justice reform proposal, 'Medicare for All' plan Poll shows Biden, Warren tied with Trump in Arizona 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 TrumpSarah Huckabee Sanders becomes Fox News contributor The US-Iranian scuffle over a ship is a sideshow to events in the Gulf South Korea: US, North Korea to resume nuclear talks 'soon' 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 RyanSoaring deficits could put Trump in a corner if there's a recession Paul Ryan moving family to Washington Embattled Juul seeks allies in Washington 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 FlakeAnti-gun violence organization endorses Kelly's Senate bid Arpaio considering running for former sheriff job after Trump pardon Overnight Energy: Warren edges past Sanders in poll of climate-focused voters | Carbon tax shows new signs of life | Greens fuming at Trump plans for development at Bears Ears monument 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 admin erases key environmental enforcement tool DOJ should take action against China's Twitter propaganda Lewandowski says he's 'happy' to testify before House panel MORE (R-Ala.) will discuss Trump's controversial comments about a U.S. district judge, and Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy Jean KlobucharOvernight Defense: Two US service members killed in Afghanistan | Trump calls on other nations to take up fight against ISIS | Pentagon scraps billion-dollar missile defense program ABC unveils moderators for third Democratic debate Senate Democrats push for arms control language in defense policy bill MORE (D-Minn.), a supporter of Clinton, will discuss the presidential race.