If Trump stumbles on Super Tuesday and flounders in upcoming debates, he could face a vicious cycle of vanishing momentum. Hillary Clinton is making her way through the Midtown Global market in downtown Minneapolis as Super Tuesday voters headed toward the polls.
Ryan was the GOP vice presidential nominee in 2012. A long list of Republican U.S. senators and House members has endorsed Florida Senator Marco Rubio in the presidential race, and a few House members have endorsed Texas Senator Ted Cruz.
Trump supporters, Sasse told MSNBC, "need to recognize that there are a whole bunch of other people who say, if this becomes the David Duke/Donald Trump party, there are a lot of us who are out". Two party outsiders, Donald Trump and Sen. She had been arguing with other party leaders over what she called a light debate schedule. Ventura said he won't make an official endorsement because he doesn't belong to either party.
Even if Super Tuesday doesn't produce a clear frontrunner for both parties, a possibility, particularly given the number of candidates still vying for the nomination on the Republican side, the primary season is unlikely to extend to the national conventions in July.
Crowds across the South appear receptive to the junior senator's change in tone, exploding into cheers and laughter at the digs. One of these four people will most likely be the next President of the United States. It's important to remember that the seeming wide swath of evangelical voters who will go to the polls is not homogeneous, either in political or in religious beliefs.
Trump said . "I don't know anything about what you're even talking about with white supremacy or white supremacists". Beyond that, it could also signal the candidates' respective strength heading into future contests, including primaries in Illinois, Michigan and OH, where the African American vote will be significant.