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screenshot donald trump and Hillary Clinton from super tuesday iii victory speeches


Donald Trump, depending on whom one asks, blew both Ohio Governor, John Kasich, the Senator from Texas, Ted Cruz and their colleagues of the #NeverTrump movement out of the water by winning every county in all five states in Super Tuesday III primaries yesterday.

Trump took home about 105 of 118 delegates last night.

Trump poked fun at the mainstream media, called out Hillary Clinton’s corruption, loyalty to special interests and used of the woman card while predicting a Trump victory this November election.

Calling out the Progressive war on Bernie Sanders, Trump even suggested that Sanders go third party by running Independent, a move that would send chills up the spines of the Progressive elites on the left.

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Hillary Clinton won four out of five states last night.


Warning to Progressive useful idiots:  The first thing this Marxist wench did was thank the 41st president, husband, Bill Clinton and while it is in order for Clinton to acknowledge hubby, regardless of the bogus apology tour, know that a Hillary win is a third-term for Bill.


Out came the teleprompter and along with it, Clinton’s prepared speech laced with layers of social justice propaganda and a welcome mat to the #NeverTrump crowd on the right.

Breitbart News

“If you are a Democrat, an Independent or a thoughtful Republican, you know their approach is not going to build an America where we increase opportunity or decrease inequality,” she said….

She also proudly played the “woman card” as she spoke to a throng of supporters in Pennsylvania, playing to Republicans who were upset about his comments about women.

“Now the other day Mr. Trump accused me of playing the, quote, ‘woman card,’” she said, as the crowd booed. “Well if fighting for women’s health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the woman’s card, then deal me in!”

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Fox News

As of early Wednesday, Clinton had 2,141 delegates to Sanders’ 1,321; it takes 2,383 to win. The total includes so-called “superdelegates” who are not bound to primary results. On the GOP side, Trump had 950 delegates, followed by Cruz at 560 and Kasich at 153.

But on the GOP side, an energized Cruz held out hope that he and Kasich can still hold Trump back from the nomination. Speaking to supporters in Indiana, Cruz claimed the campaign was moving “to more favorable terrain” while calling Trump the media’s “chosen” candidate….

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