Businessman and former reality tv star Donald J. Trump took his biggest step yet towards becoming the Republican nominee for President after a huge win in Indiana led to his main rival dropping out of the race.
Trump won the Hoosier state’s primary, held Tuesday night, by a landslide 17 points- 53%-36% for Ted Cruz. The victory in the winner take all primary handed him all the state’s 51 delegates, making it virtually impossible for any remaining candidate to stop him from garnering the 1,237 delegates needed to win the nomination on the first ballot at the convention.
Donald J. Trump is on an inexorable march towards the White House.
The billionaire real estate mogul and reality TV star has galloped to yet another victory in the Republican Presidential Candidate race, this time sweeping the Nevada caucuses by well over 20 percentage points.
Businessman Donald Trump got back to form with a commanding win in the US Republican Presidential candidates race in New Hampshire.
Trump’s campaign hit a roadblock last week, when he unexpectedly lost the Iowa caucuses to Texas Senator Ted Cruz– but he hit right back with a big win in the New Hampshire primary held Tuesday night, picking up 35% of the vote and outstripping his nearest competitor, Ohio Governor John Kasich, who picked up 16%- by 19% points.
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Donald J. Trump has been leading the polls for US Republican Presidential candidate for months now, yet at the first real vote, the real estate mogul fell at the wayside, coming second to Texas Senator Ted Cruz.
Cruz polled 28% to Trump’s 24% at the Iowa Republican caucuses, with Florida senator Marco Rubio finishing third, getting 23% of votes.