Trump denied he was considering Kasich.
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After Donald Trump became the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee and Ted Cruz dropped out of the presidential race, Ohio Gov. John Kasich announced plans to suspend his campaign for the White House, reports Politico: [Kasich] had long ago been mathematically eliminated from clinching the GOP nomination outright but had hoped to emerge as a consensus candidate […]
As Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is fond of saying, he is "winning by a lot of delegates" ahead of Indiana's pivotal primaries. The same measure could be applied to his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, who also leads her competitor, Bernie Sanders.
In an effort to block Donald Trump from garnering the 1,237 delegates necessary to clinch the Republican presidential nomination, rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich announced plans Sunday to join forces, CNN reports.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton and her Republican challenger Donald Trump appear to be headed for big wins in Tuesday's New York early voting primary races, according to Bloomberg Politics.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz both lead their competitors in Tuesday's presidential primary race in Wisconsin, but they may face significant obstacles in the battle for the nomination, which comes in just three months, according to The Associated Press.
Trump claims that if the Ohio governor were to quit, then that would put him in a better position to win. "If I didn't have Kasich, I automatically win," Trump said during a visit in Wisconsin on Sunday.
When Donald Trump heads to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio in July, he is likely to have the popular vote and the Electoral College lead ahead of his two opponents--Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, but that does not mean he will clinch the nomination.
Early primary voters head to the polls Tuesday in Arizona, Utah and Idaho.