Gabby Morrongiello, campaign reporter at the Washington Examiner, has attended countless rallies, following the Trump campaign for months. She joined the Federalist Radio Hour to recap both Donald Trump’s and Hillary Clinton’s victories in the New York primary.

Trump walked away with 90 delegates from New York yesterday, giving him momentum going into other states that have already indicated they are looking to outsider candidates Morrongiello said. “After last night, it seems like the #NeverTrump folks are going to be more intense than ever.”

Despite reports that John Kasich’s campaign isn’t do much behind the scenes work to chase delegate, the Ohio governor refuses to show any sign of exiting the race. “Every single poll in the last month, month and a half, and he is the only Republican candidate that is double digits against Hillary Clinton,” Morrongiello said. “He would bring new voters to the Republican party or democrats who don’t want to support somebody like Hillary Clinton.”

Later in the hour, they discuss today’s news that Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the face of 20 dollar bill. “When you’re assessing who you put on your money, it does say something about your culture,” Domenech said. “I don’t think that you can make an argument, compared to everyone else who is on money today…I don’t think you can argue that there was a women in history that did more than they did.”