Only Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont and Virginia will hold elections for both Democrats and Republicans. Transcript for Can Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz Catch Up to Donald Trump on Super Tuesday? Cruz told CBS that Chris Christie's endorsement of Trump on February 26, two weeks after the New Jersey governor suspended his own campaign for the White House, wasn't a big surprise and was a blow to Rubio's campaign.
Trump said he disavowed Duke's endorsement on Friday. Trump , in a Sunday interview with CNN , repeatedly declined to reject the endorsement of the white supremacist figure, who threw his support behind to the 2016 GOP front-runner last week.
Trump defended his statements by noting he had already disavowed Duke at a Friday press conference. "Well first of all, he's talking about David Duke and other groups", Trump said . "I'm sitting in a house in Florida with a very bad ear piece", Trump explained Monday about the circumstances of the CNN interview . So what then? There are good white supremacist groups and bad ones? "We can not be a party that nominates someone who refuses to condemn white supremacists and the ...
The huge margin of victory - she won almost 74 per cent of the vote - will extend her lead over Mr Sanders in delegates needed to clinch the Democratic nomination. Clinton's victory in SC means she will pick up most of the state's delegates, widening her overall lead in AP's delegate count. Recognizing his steep odds in South Carolina, Sanders had spent most of the past week in states that will vote in March.
After winning in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada, Trump has built up momentum heading into March 1, or Super Tuesday , when Republicans hold nominating contests in a dozen states. "We will win in Florida ", he said, noting that his prospects were boosted there since former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush dropped out of the presidential race.
Clinton is scheduled campaign in Miami Gardens on Sunday. A time has not yet been announced. He said Virginia is a must win state in the Democratic primary race and he is calling on voters to support his wife. In fact, a sitting USA congressman promised the crowd of Hillary Clinton loyalists that their candidate would "kill" the Republican frontrunner. Those who spoke at the event said that what the United States needs in a future President is the ability to lead a divided country.