(Worthy News) - Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton won New York's Republican and Democratic primaries, respectively.
Clinton and Trump hoped to do more than win New York by wide margins Tuesday night. They aimed to show that if they can make it there, they'll make it anywhere.
Trump didn't hesitate to make this argument in his victory speech. His remarks were subdued. He referred to his main Republican primary opponent as "Senator Cruz," not "Lyin' Ted." He complained about the rigged process, but in a disciplined way rather than with blanket cheating accusations. [ ... Read More (Source) ]
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