Trump, Clinton win big on Super Tuesday 3

It was a victorious Super Tuesday 3 night for presidential front runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

GOP presidential bet Donald Trump gets a major boost after winning at least three and possibly four out of the five-state Republican primaries, including delegate-rich Florida.

While Trump is leading in Missouri by a fraction of .2 percent, it’s still too close to call at this time.

“Look, this is my second home–Florida,” said Trump. “To win by that kind of a number is incredible. We had a fantastic evening. I would have never thought this could have happened.”

After a devastating loss to Trump in his very own state, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio suspended his presidential campaign.

“While it is not God’s plan that I be president in 2016 or maybe ever, and while today my campaign is suspended,” said Rubio. “The fact that I’ve even come this far is evidence of how special America truly is.”

Meanwhile, Ohio Gov. John Kasich secures his first win by claiming all 66 delegates at his home state’s primary–a winner-take-all contest.

With 136 delegates total, he is now in third place among the remaining Republican contenders on for the race to the White House.

“We are going to go all the way to Cleveland and secure the Republican nomination,” said Kasich. “We’ve got one more trip around Ohio this coming fall where we will beat Hillary Clinton and I will become the president of the United States!”

Senator Ted Cruz places second, with no win on Super Tuesday.

In the Democratic race, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton swept at least four and possibly five states (pending Missouri) in the Democratic Super Tuesday contest including Illinois, her state of birth.

While Clinton is leading by a fraction of .2 percent, Missouri is too close to call as well.

Even without counting the super delegates, Clinton to date has more than a thousand pledged delegates while Sanders has more than 770.

This brings Clinton a step closer to clinching the Democratic presidential nomination.

“We will add to our delegate lead to roughly 300 with over two million more votes nationwide,” said Clinton. “We are moving closer to securing the Democratic Party nomination and winning this election in November.”

Even with a disappointing loss, there is no stopping Senator Bernie Sanders from moving forward to the next battle states.

It’s a difficult path to beat Clinton’s huge lead from here on.

“We are doing something very radical in American politics–we’re telling the truth,” said Sanders.

One thing is clear – the US presidential election is shaping up to be a Trump vs. Clinton contest come November in the national elections.


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  • Mario
    16 March 2016 at 11:39 pm - Reply

    Trump warned of RIOT if he will be denied GOP nomination. GOP establishment planned to brokered and steal the votes from Trump and might appoint Romney or Kasich. Will the WH to exploit the Trump supporters riot against the GOP establishment?.In my opinion,this is the best moment for the WH think tank to declare Martial Law, and stay as the President for life. If Trump is the nominee, Trump, being smart,authentic vs Clinton known as unthrustworthy, liar might lose the election. The leftist/communist group, George Soros funded and Black Lives Matter will also commit chaos,protest on all Trump rally and the media will blame Trump, another scenario to declare Martial Law.Trump wins is the destruction of Dems and GOP Cartel establishments, all special interest(elite Donors) can not get,NO-BID gov’t contract anymore.