Yesterday, Republican Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz officially suspended his presidential campaign after suffering a crushing defeat in Indiana to Republican front runner Donald J. Trump. This leaves the race Donald Trump and John Kasich, on the Republican side, against democratic runners Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
Cruz claims this is merely a suspension to his campaign but many doubt, for good reason, that this is a full drop out. Whether Cruz is simply taking a break from campaigning or he wants to secure that his delegates remain with either him or Kasich, Cruz will likely not recover from this and will, more likely than not, announce his full drop out closer to the election.
For Republican voters, they are now left with a mere 2 candidates, as the Democrats are, but Kasich’s meger support is likely going to do little to Trump’s massive following. That leaves Trump as the Republicn POTUS candidate, if he is able to secure the necessary delegate count. Sadly, for Republican voters, no matter who Trump is agaisnt, many polls show him losing the candidacy to a Democrat, no matter who he faces: Hillary or Bernie.
I hope you’ve found this article informative and helpful and, no matter where you stand, I sincerely hope I’ve not offended you. I’d also like to add that this article has been kept as objectiveI’ve given only facts and thigs I’ve found on the Web and on television, like CNN.
“The new CNN/ORC Poll, completed ahead of Trump’s victory last night, found Clinton leads 54% to 41%, a 13-point edge over the New York businessman, her largest lead since last July.”