Meanwhile, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton is solidifying her lead. Clinton re-tweeted Sanders' message . Super Tuesday will unquestionably be a gut check for the Republican Party. Two House Republicans have endorsed Trump - Representatives Chris Collins of NY and Duncan Hunter of California. His comments drew fierce criticism from across the political spectrum.
In fact, it's not even close. In the first four states, candidates by and large placed their resources in local outreach, meeting voters and sending surrogates to knock on every voter's door. I want to tell you they are not OK with us", said Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley. "We're gonna win states after Tuesday", he said. CNN notes that a quarter of Republicans said they probably or definitely wouldn't support Trump in November - but also noted that about the same share of voters say that of ...
With 100 percent reporting, Clinton had won by a margin of 73.5 percent to just 26 percent for Sanders. Clinton's renewed focus on Trump is a shift in her strategy from the past month, where she had been emphasizing her differences from her Democratic opponent, Bernie Sanders.
Clinton turned her attention to the Republican field, all-but-ignoring rival Sanders from campaign events in MA on Monday. Clinton meanwhile was riding high after thrashing rival Bernie Sanders in SC over the weekend, securing an astronomical 86 percent of the African-American vote in her third win in four contests.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday he had agreed with his Russian counterpart not to discuss alleged violations of a cessation of hostilities plan in Syria and intensify work on a mechanism to ensure any strikes in Syria exclusively target Islamic State or al Qaida-linked Nusra Front.
Dem voters in both states are typically certain about who they are voting for, pollsters found. "America has never stopped being great". "Instead of building walls, we need to be tearing down barriers". Bernie Sanders conceded that his campaign was "decimated" by Hillary Clinton's campaign in this weekend's SC party primary but expressed optimism about keeping alive his White House bid.