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TIME FOR RUBIO AND CRUZ TO EXIT RACE?
CLINTON & TRUMP ON COLLISION
COURSE TOWARDS WAR
2016 RACE ANALYST: Dan Perkins, is a domestic and foreign policy contributor to ReaganBaby.com, DailySurge.com and TheHill.com.
MEDIA BLEW IT…
“Presidential contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are racking up victories in the Super Tuesday contests.
Clinton has beaten Democratic rival Bernie Sanders in five Southern states, scoring victories in Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabama, Virginia and Georgia, according to network projections.
The networks also projected Trump the winner of the Republican primaries in Virginia, Massachusetts, Tennessee and Alabama, coming an hour after his win in Georgia.
Sanders is the only other presidential candidate to have a projected win, in his home state of Vermont.
Vermont remains too close to call on the Republican side, with John Kasich and Marco Rubio, respectively, making runs at Trump. Networks have not yet projected a winner in Texas, with home-state Sen. Ted Cruz locked in a pivotal battle with Trump there.
Oklahoma is too close to call for both parties, while Massachusetts is too close to call on the Democratic side.
Both Clinton and Trump came into Tuesday with leads in the majority of Super Tuesday states, so big nights could translate into significant delegate leads.”
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