Presidential campaigns come through Colorado weeks ahead of conventions

DENVER - In his first Colorado appearance since last October's Republican debate on the University of Colorado - Boulder campus, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke to a half-filled house at the Western Conservative Summit Friday morning. 

"We're gonna [sic] win what? Colorado. We got to win this one," Trump told the crowd shortly after taking the stage.

Trump's appearance came just days after Hillary Clinton's most recent campaign stop in Denver.

On this week's Politics Unplugged, republican strategist Sean Tonner & democratic strategist Steve Welchert talk about what we learned from these visits and when we can expect the candidates to select their running mates.

The two also have harsh words for former president Bill Clinton, who spent 30 minutes talking to Attorney General Loretta Lynch whose office is investigating Hillary Clinton's email scandal.

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Politics Unplugged airs Sundays at 4 p.m. on Denver7.

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