Trump Defends ‘Woman Card’ Attack Against Clinton – Campaign Live
April 27, 2016
Trump on ‘woman card’ comment: ‘It’s not sexist, it’s true’
Hello, and welcome to our live-wire coverage of the 2016 race for the White House. Donald Trump outperformed the polls last night to nab 55%-65% of the vote in Republican primaries in five north-eastern states, picking up more than 100 delegates and possibly as many as 150 (depending on how Pennsylvania’s unbound dozens eventually vote) – the vast majority at stake.
“It’s over. As far as I’m concerned it’s over,” Trump said at a victory rally. “I consider myself the presumptive nominee.”
Hillary Clinton turned in a night almost as strong, conceding only Rhode Island to rival Bernie Sanders, who released a statement at the end of the night that many took to be a proto-concession, expressing a desire to influence the Democratic agenda.
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