Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton notched huge wins in New York Tuesday night, resoundingly answering questions about their command of the race and moving both front-runners much closer to nominations. CNN.com – Top Stories
Scott Baio Supports Donald Trump, Starts War With Starbucks After a Barista Refuses to Say GOP Front-Runner’s Name
Thanks a latte. Scott Baio continued to defend Donald Trump in a new interview this week after the '80s star started a spat with Starbucks over a barista's refusal to say the GOP presidential front-runner's name. Baio spoke to Fox News on Sunday, April 3, and defended his political position, explaining why he was such(…)
Tight race. Wisconsin voters go to the polls today in the state’s presidential primary. Traditionally, Wisconsin has voted for front-runner candidates, but Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton face high hurdles in the race there. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, leads Trump by 4 points in an average of statewide polls. Trump has faltered in(…)
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TRUMP, CLINTON ROLL ON AS RUBIO’S RUN COMES TO AN END Frontrunners score impressive wins, Kasich moves on with Ohio victory — so where does GOP go from here?
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are poised to leap ahead of their competition in Super Tuesday’s Democratic and Republican primaries on the road toward their parties’ presidential nominations. WSJ.com: What’s News US