On Saturday billionaire Donald Trump lost Republican caucus in the state of Wyoming and the capital, Washington, but still in pole position in the race for the nomination for the November presidential election.
In Wyoming, the Texas Senator Ted Cruz won nine of the 12 delegates who were to conquer in that State of the western United States, with about 66% of the vote, far ahead of Senator Florida Marco Rubio (19.5%) and Donald Trump (7.2%). In the federal capital, political microcosm more favorable to Democrats than Republicans in national elections, Marco Rubio pipped to the post the Ohio Governor John Kasich at 37.3% against 35.5% for last before a Trump in third with 13.8%. The victory of Marco Rubio, prospective candidate of the establishment of the Republican Party, giving it ten of the 19 delegates at stake in Washington against nine for John Kasich, leaving empty-handed Donald Trump whose last recent meetings were interspersed with violence.
to the “Super Tuesday” bis
Despite these two losses, Donald Trump retains a strong lead in terms of delegates in the race for the Republican nomination that intensifies as we approach the “super Tuesday” bis. Five large states (Florida, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, North Carolina) voted Tuesday for the primary, a qualified day “Super Tuesday” because of his important issue. This primary evening is also crucial for the two Democratic contenders for the White House, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
Hillary Clinton, who has a comfortable lead in terms of delegates so far, has also won Saturday the first Democratic caucus in the Northern Mariana Islands, a US territory in the Pacific. Former Secretary of State has got hold of four against two delegates for Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont.
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