Analysis Of George Trump 's ' Home State Of New York ' Front Runner Donald Trump

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In his home state of New York, front-runner Donald Trump scored a sweeping victory in Tuesday night primary, giving him the rights to argue that he is unstoppable in the quest for the GOP nominee. "We don 't have much of a race anymore based on what I’m seeing on television," Trump said, noting Cruz is "just about mathematically eliminated" from winning the magic number of 1,237. "We 're going to go into the convention I think as the winner." Bouncing back from a difficult two weeks Trump 's campaign endured with a campaign shakeup after losing to Cruz in both Wyoming and Colorado in terms of picking up delegates by means of a state convention, a victory in the Empire State was badly needed for the hometown front-runner. But Trump delivered a massive victory with majority of the GOP electorate casting their vote for him, something the state 's GOP party hasn 't seen thus far. Trump won in almost every single county of the state by 50% or more of the vote, only losing New York County (Manhattan) to Kasich. "It is really nice to win the delegates with the votes," Trump said. "Nobody should be given delegates, which is a ticket to victory but not a fair ticket." Celebrating his resounding victory to the tune of Frank Sinatra 's "New York, New York, " Trump held a press conference at his Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan, the same venue where ten months ago he announced his presidential candidacy. In his short ten minute remark, Trump reframed by his harsh remarks against his

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