Tuesday, April 19, 2016

BREAKING: Donald Trump wins the Republican presidential primary in New York

New York blowout gives Donald Trump big boost in GOP race
 Photo published for New York helps Donald Trump regain the upper hand in GOP campaign
Republican front-runner Donald Trump told supporters at Trump Tower in Manhattan that his campaign is "really, really rocking," after coming out ahead in New York's primary April 19. 
NEW YORK — Donald Trump easily trounced his opponents in Tuesday’s Republican presidential primary here in his home state of New York, notching his biggest win yet and pulling further ahead of Ted Cruz and John Kasich in the delegate count.

Trump’s blowout victory — which was propelled by voters’ overwhelming desire to elect a political outsider who could bring change — positions the billionaire mogul for a hot streak in five East Coast primaries next week and brings him closer to securing the nomination with an outright majority of pledged delegates.
Late returns showed Trump winning with well over 50 percent of the vote statewide. He was holding similar margins in most of the state’s 27 congressional districts, putting him on the path to winning most or even all of New York’s 95 delegates.