Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Trump Wins Three States as John Kasich Blocks Him in Ohio

 John McCormick
Updated on

  • Rubio suspends campaign after losing in his home state
  • Ohio governor's win promises to extend bitter campaign
Donald Trump fell short of his goal of winning the two key states he needed to clear most of the Republican presidential field, securing a huge victory in Florida to knock out home-state Senator Marco Rubio before losing Ohio to Governor John Kasich.
The split decision on Trump increased the possibility that the party could be headed for a potentially chaotic national convention in Cleveland in July. Trump also won Illinois and North Carolina, according to multiple television networks.
The real estate mogul remains the dominant front-runner, but the lack of an Ohio victory kept him from owning the night and the political narrative.

Soros, Alarmed by Trump, Pours Money into 2016 Race 
March 15, 2016

The billionaire has already spent or pledged $13 million to help Hillary Clinton and other Democrats this year.

Florida Attorney General Endorses Trump After Taking His Money and Backing Off Trump University Investigation 
 ZAid Jilani  March 14, 2016
Donald Trump just won a key endorsement going into Tuesday’s Florida primary: that of the state’s attorney general, Pam Bondi.
But her bigger favor to Trump may have been her decision in 2013 not to pursue an investigation of Trump’s for-profit education chain after he made a big donation to her reelection campaign.

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