The Democrat Hillary Clinton and the Republican Donald Trump scored the full victories in the nominating contests in New York, immediately citing those who wins to argue that they’re all but unstoppable as their corresponding parties’ presidential nominees.
Donald Trump’s crushing defeat of the Texas Senator, Ted Cruz in the Tuesday’s primary election had tilted energy in the Republican race back Trump just as on Wednesday the Republican National Committee members begin the meeting in Florida in order to discuss the July convention, where nominee will be selected.
“We do not have much of race anymore based on what I am seeing on television,” said Donald Trump as the television networks estimated a large margin of victory for him, adding, “Sen. Cruz is just about mathematically eliminated.”
For Hillary Clinton, the Democratic favorite’s narrow victory over Sanders had snapped a string of victories & gave her a boost for the hard fights ahead.
Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state, a former U.S. sen. from New York, and the former first lady, got nowhere close the knockout punch that she needed to put Bernie Sanders away.
However, the huge smile on her face as she delivered her victory speech had spoken volumes on how vital the New York was to her bid in order to become the 1st female president of the United States.
“Today you proved once again that there is no place like home,” said Hillary Clinton. “This one was personal,” she added.
She also said that the race for Democratic nomination is now in “home stretch, & victory’s in sight.”
Among the Republicans, Donald Trump leads with the 44% support, as compared to 33% for Ted Cruz and 16% for John Kasich.
Donald Trump’s drag of majority of the New York’s 95 delegates had moved Trump closer to 1,237 that he need to win nomination. Anything less will lead to contested convention when the Republicans hold their national conclave 18-21 July in the Cleveland.