Trump, Clinton clear front-runners in Pa. primary


In an interview with Andrea Mitchell, Sen. “Running for president will be on your screen, ‘” she said at at a campaign rally in Central Falls, Rhode Island today, impersonating the Republican frontrunner. I recoiled in disgust and disbelief when I heard her say that.

“It is a two-way street”.

In a strong signal that his persona matters, a January survey showed that among Trump’s supporters about 43 percent said they liked him because he “speaks his mind”, while only 8 percent cited his policies. This is more than the 1,237 delegates required to win the Republican presidential nomination.

SEN. BERNIE SANDERS: I’s not unrealistic, it’s a hard path, I admit that.

The upshot: To catch Clinton, Sanders needs big wins in the delegate-rich, racially diverse states still left to hold primary elections.

Trump’s final vote in Wisconsin, in fact, was about where he was polling just over a week before the contest. “Essentially what they’re saying is they can buy the election”, Trump said. “We’re not going to let it happen anymore”. We’re going to join the rest of the industrialized world and have health care for all as a right.

“Whether they are the rules or not, we need to be sensitive to the perception of the populists”.

“Well you know what, if we buy that, shame on us”, she added.

“I’m very good at arithmetic, and I am more than aware that our path to victory is narrow”, Sanders said.

Everything worked. Trump finally cleared 50 percent in a primary, with plenty to spare. “I don’t think that anyone could claim the mantle of being the best at it”.

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump reacts as he arrives at a campaign event in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, U.S. At this point according to virtually all of the polls, that candidate is me.

Kentucky Republicans selected a group of 25 national delegates Saturday, dominated by top party leaders and insiders. “That’s been hugely disappointing, especially when it’s done by people who you think are feminist icons”. He also credited Sanders with being the first to question Clinton’s qualifications for office.

Well aware at least 60 US senators must agree before Congress can approve anything, Sanders, who has promised “Medicare for all” and free public college tuition, said they can happen. But that you should tone down the rhetoric. Another California poll released this week showed Trump leading in every region of the state, which would likely position to pick up the vast majority of those Congressional district delegates. What’s your response to that? “You know, they would never say it to somebody’s face, the most vile, harassing, incredibly mean-spirited things that are said about people”.

MITCHELL: Will you help persuade your young followers, if she wins the nomination, to follow her the way she campaigned for Barack Obama?

RNC chairman Reince Priebus said he’s not nervous yet: “I just kind of take one day at a time and one issue at a time”.


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