Speaking with host Jake Tapper , Cruz reminded voters he's the only candidate who can and has beaten Donald Trump , but added he "will support the Republican nominee". John Cook, a retired investment adviser in Houston, says he chose Rubio because Jeb Bush has dropped out of the race. And the Texas prize for Trump is found as much in its symbolism as in its delegate distribution.
Will you unequivocally condemn David Duke and say that you don't want his vote or that of other white supremacists in this election? "I could hardly hear what he was saying", Trump said on NBC's "Today" show Monday . Trump has been on the defensive over an interview on Sunday with Jake Tapper of CNN's " State of the Union ". "I don't know anything about him".
Ms Haley who is rated very high across the nation and is seen as a potential vice presidential candidate asserted that Mr Rubio is drawing a large number of supporters across the Super Tuesday States. And Rubio could be hoping to pick up enough delegates to win the nomination in a brokered convention, even if he never wins a primary or caucus outright.
Election Buzz uses information gleaned from political terms searched on Google and campaign-related conversations on Twitter to provide a snapshot of the race over the last 24 hours, and how attention is shifting over time. Or, on the flip side, you can see where a spike in an online conversation about a topic has likely led to increased searches as users try to educate themselves on the matter via Google searches.
Republican real estate baron Donald Trump and Democratic former secretary of state Hillary Clinton are seeking to solidify frontrunner status while upstarts such as senators Bernie Sanders, Marco Rubio , Ted Cruz and John Kasich pressed their case to stay relevant deeper into the nomination process.
Black voters turned out in a higher percentage in SC on Saturday than in 2008, catapulting Clinton a sweeping win there. According to a new poll , both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders "easily top Republican front-runner Donald Trump in hypothetical general election match-ups".