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US election: Trump set for Republican nomination as Cruz pulls out

OWON: Another Bush Goffer cruizes out as dead meat. Trump won't forget the Bushes.

So The People want The Donald, who is speaking the Americans language.

Now it all comes to the face-offs and if Trump can't rip her face off in debate publicly exposing her for all of her crimes then he does not merit the Presidency. Each face off he needs to make her face up to her so many failure's and criminal acts showing a seriously dumbed down Democrat bunch what a low flying slimy slug she is. A free media slot to trash the trash. In public, she can get what she so deserves. Three sessions and she will soon fold. Trump can and must wipe the floor with her and the media then will have to report truth. It's called Justice and he needs to go for the throat. Smash this trash in full public view. Shame her??? Watch the mystery illness appear.

US election: Trump set for Republican nomination as Cruz pulls out

BBC News
4 May 2016

Donald Trump has become the US Republican presidential nominee in all but name after victory in Indiana forced rival Ted Cruz from the race.

Mr Trump, unpopular with many in his own party, now has a clear path to the 1,237 delegates needed to claim his party's crown.

That would mark a stunning victory for a businessman few took seriously when he launched his campaign last year.

Bernie Sanders has defeated Hillary Clinton in Indiana's Democratic race.

He trails Mrs Clinton in the all-important delegate count but after this victory he said the contest was still alive.

"Clinton campaign thinks this campaign is over. They're wrong," he said.

Mr Cruz's advisers had targeted Indiana as the Texas senator's best hope of halting Mr Trump's march to the nomination.

"We gave it everything we've got, but the voters chose another path," he told supporters in Indiana.

His departure means Mr Trump is now the presumptive Republican nominee, with plenty of state contests this month and next to reach the 1,237 delegates required to win.

The New York businessman is the first nominee since Dwight Eisenhower in 1952 to lack any previous experience of elected office.

Ohio Governor John Kasich has vowed to remain in the Republican race, but trails far behind Mr Trump in terms of delegates.

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