The Republican primaries on Tuesday, April 26 were a massive victory for conservative businessman Donald J. Trump.
By sweeping primaries in Maryland, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and especially Pennsylvania – Trump has 950 delegates, and Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) only has 560.
Now, we can officially announce that Cruz is mathematically ELIMINATED from winning the GOP nomination. For Ted Cruz, no matter what his announcement later today is, his campaign is over.
In fact, Cruz is doing worse than socialist Senator Bernie Sanders is doing in comparison to Hillary Clinton. This an historic election, and Cruz’s time has come to an end:
** Trump leads with 23 primary wins
** Trump leads in states won with 26 victories (primaries and caucuses)
** Trump has the highest percentage of primary wins (85%)
** Trump has the highest percent of overall state wins (68%)
** Trump has the highest percent of primary delegates (71%)
** Trump has the highest percent of overall delegates (63%)
** And Trump leads with the highest percent of overall votes (59%)
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