Bernie Sanders Projected To Beat Clinton, Donald Trump Beats No One In West Virginia — Deadline

With Hillary Clinton unable to shake off Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator was projected (first by MSNBC) to win the Dem primary in West Virginia shortly after polls closed there. Meanwhile, TV news networks called West Va. for presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump, against no opponents because they’ve all suspended their campaigns. Ditto Trump’s expected…

via Bernie Sanders Projected To Beat Clinton, Donald Trump Beats No One In West Virginia — Deadline

With Hillary Clinton unable to shake off Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator was projected (first by MSNBC) to win the Dem primary in West Virginia shortly after polls closed there. Meanwhile, TV news networks called West Va. for presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump, against no opponents because they’ve all suspended their campaigns. Ditto Trump’s expected showing in Nebraska primary, with polls still more than an hour away from closing.

Results in West Virginia and Nebraska come as a new Quinnipiac University Poll out today shows Clinton leading Trump by just one point in swing stages Florida and Pennsylvania, and trailing Trump 39% to his 43% in Ohio. Sanders does better in those three states, in hypothetical matchup with Trump, the poll suggests.

Meanwhile, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who suspended his GOP campaign the day of the Indiana primary, today told Glenn Beck “the reason we suspended the race last week is with Indiana’s loss I don’t see a viable path to victory,” but, added, “If that changes we will certainly respond accordingly.”

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