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The Home Stretch

Well Trump had another big night last night.  In fact, it was HUUUUGE!  He crushed Ted Cruz and John Kasich in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island.  Wasn’t even close in any of the five states.

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks about the results of the Michigan, Mississippi and other primary elections during a news conference held at his Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida, March 8, 2016.  REUTERS/Joe Skipper

So where does that leave us?  Next week Indiana is the battleground state.  And Donald Trump’s rivals, in an attempt to stop him there, have agreed to work together, sort of, to defeat him.  Ted Cruz announced to great fanfare that John Kasich would “pull out” of Indiana to give Cruz a straight shot, one on one, of taking Donald Trump down in Indiana.  And in return, Cruz would pull back in Oregon and New Mexico, giving Kasich the opportunity to go mano a mano with Trump in those upcoming states.

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Putin is Making Obama Look Like A Schmuck

Everybody seemed to think that Donald Trump was going to win big in New York yesterday – and he did. And most people thought that Hilary Clinton was going to beat Bernie Sanders in New York, the state she represented for 8 years in the United States Senate, and she did, although not quite as huge.

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Will Hillary Be Indicted?

With the facts as we currently know them, it’s hard to see how Hillary is NOT indicted. Let’s first review those facts.

1 those facts

In 2008, Barack Obama defeated Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. Then when Obama beat John McCain, one of his first major moves was to name Hillary Clinton as his Secretary of State.

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Trump’s Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Two Weeks

Donald Trump lost Wisconsin last night to Ted Cruz.  And not by just a little.  Cruz beat Trump by 16 points, and that’s after Trump had been beating Cruz a week earlier by 6 points – 39% to 33%.

Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, waves to his supporters as he arrives at a campaign stop at Waukesha County Exposition Center, Monday, April 4, 2016, in Waukesha, Wis. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

So what happened?  Why did Donald Trump’s numbers drop like a rock?  Well, just about everything that could go wrong, did go wrong for Trump.  Let’s review.

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