On Tuesday, much of the Democratic Party agreed that Hillary Clinton had claimed enough delegates to become the party's presidential candidate. On Wednesday, Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Ann Telnaes reminded her Twitter followers that if Bernie supporters thought early June was too early to call the race for Hillary, Telnaes had already called it way back in 1999.

"Sir, I think I figured out what the Clinton legacy is," a man says, presumably to Bill Clinton but also possibly to an alternate universe Jay Leno. Remember when the "Clinton Legacy" referred to Bill? This writer doesn't!