US 2016: John kasich drops out to Republican race

The last republican hopeful to drops out today of Ohio governor John Kasich. He don’t secure the path to nomination on Republican convention in next July.

He cancelled events in Washington and announced an evening event in his home state on Wednesday.

Earlier on Wednesday, he released a Star-Wars themed advert describing himself as the “only hope” against Donald Trump.

Conclusion: Kasich was the last hope to Republicans to defeat Hillary Clinton on presidential polls in November.

US 2016: Cruz-Kasich pact ‘desperate’ says Trump

The Republican race lives a turning point. On Monday, Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Ohio Governor John Kasich has reached a pact to curb Donald Trump. Under their plan, Mr Cruz and Mr Kasich will give each other a free run in state primary votes next month. Donald Trump says a pact formed by his two rivals for the Republican presidential crown is a desperate act. Conclusion: Republican civil war is just begun.

US 2016: Trump and Clinton win New York primaries

New York holds its primaries on Tuesday. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton has won the contest for the Republican and Democratic parties nomination. He  said his nearest rival Ted Cruz was “just about mathematically eliminated”.

Clinton told supporters her campaign for the nomination was “in the home stretch and victory is in sight”.

“New Yorkers, you’ve always had my back and I’ve always tried to have yours,” she said. “Today together we did it again and I am deeply, deeply grateful.”

Conclusion: The New York’s choice for America.

US 2016: Trump accuses Republican leaders of conspiracy

Republicans lives a civil war inside it. The front-runner Donald Trump accuses Republican National Committe to conspiracy against him. He said the party’s leaders do not want him to win the presidential nomination.

The system was “stacked” against him, he added.

The focus of that is state convention in Colorado, where decides to adopts a different system than primaries and caucuses. The winner is Trump’s rival, Texas senator Ted Cruz.

The Washington Post reported on Wednesday that Mr Cruz is likely to win on a second vote, because he has persuaded so many delegates to vote for him when they are “unbound” to vote as pledged.

But Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus rejected Mr Trump’s charge that the rules in states like Colorado had been changed in response to his rise in the polls.

Republicans faces a contested convention on July if any hopeful has failed to achieve delegates enough to hold a nomination.

Conclusion: This is a Trumpphobia.

 

 

US 2016:Trump predicts ‘riots’ if Republicans deny him the nomination

After biggest wins on Super Tuesday. The Republican nominee Donald Trump said his supporters would “riot” if he was denied the Republican nomination despite winning the popular vote. Speaking to CNN,  he said:”I’m representing a tremendous – many, many millions of people, in many cases first-time voters,”

“If you disenfranchise those people … I think you would have problems like you’ve never seen before,” he added.

Conclusion: Republicans don’t like him

US 2016: Ben Carson confirms backing for Donald Trump for US presidency

The Republican primaries has a new chapter today. Retires neurosurgeon Ben Carson endorses Donald Trump today.

Carson said Mr Trump had a “cerebral” side.

“I have found in talking with him, that there’s a lot more alignment, philosophically and spiritually, than I ever thought that there was,” Mr Carson said of his former rival.

“Donald Trump talks a lot about making America great. It’s not just talk, he means it.”

Asked about insults that the two candidates had thrown at each other in the early stages of the campaign, Mr Carson said they had “buried the hatchet”.

“That was political stuff,” he said. “That happens in American politics.”

Meanwhile Mr Trump explained why he had targeted his competitor.

“The one person who just kept sneaking up on me, I could not lose him, is Dr Ben Carson,” Mr Trump said. “I fought back, and I hit him hard, which is politics, and he understands that.”

Conclusion: Trump wanna to be president as soon as posible.