Wednesday, March 16, 2016
GOP Presidential Front Runner Donald Trump Wins in Florida, Missouri, Illinois, and North Carolina March 15th Primaries In His Race to The White House. A string of Donald Trump primary victories Tuesday night, including a knockout win against Marco Rubio in Florida, as well as a first win by John Kasich in his home state of Ohio did little to change the direction of the Republican presidential race — except to add more uncertainty and speculation. Trump kept his substantial delegate lead by winning at least three contests. In defeating Rubio in the senator’s home state of Florida and pushing him out of the race, Trump won the biggest prize on the map, including all 99 of its delegates. He also won primaries in Missouri, Illinois and North Carolina.
“We’re going to go forward, and we’re going to win,” Trump told supporters in Palm Beach, Fla. “But more importantly, we’re going to win for the country.” Florida Sen. Rubio suspended his campaign Tuesday after losing his home state convincingly to Trump. He made the announcement to disappointed supporters at a rally in Miami, ending a campaign that began with great promise and recently had picked up support from a wide range of Republican lawmakers. But Rubio trailed in the delegate count, having won only three contests so far.
NEWS HEADLINE MARCH 16th 2016: Donald Trump Wins Florida GOP Primary Marco Rubio Dispatched to ‘Blithering Idiot Land’. Negative ads against Donald Trump, highlighting business bankruptcies or allegations of fraud against “Trump University” have had little impact. But in Orlando, several voters unprompted said they are seeing a backlash against Rubio for recently ramping up his attacks on Trump, even alluding to the size of Trump’s private parts. “I used to really like Marco Rubio but when he did what he did last week — with the hands stuff and just going after Trump one thing after another, I said this guy’s a dirt bag. Wait a minute Rubio, you’re like 44 and Trump’s a billionaire, and you’re going to insult this guy’s intelligence? I think he’s going to really suffer from that,” said James Berwich, 50, of Vero Beach. St. Cloud resident David Turnbull, 66, said he was stunned by how Rubio suddenly became so juvenile in his attacks.
“I really liked Marco until the last week and a half when he became a blithering idiot. The comments, the innuendo and the outright third-grade attacks, I wouldn’t support him for dog catcher any more,” he said. March 15 marks a critical point in the race, in large part because Florida, with 99 delegates, and Ohio, with 66, award all their delegates to the winner. If Trump loses both those states, the prospects for keeping him from winning the 1,237 delegates needed to win the nomination become significantly greater. If he wins both states, he might be — as Donald Trump himself predicts — unstoppable.
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