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LIVE RESULTS: New York Primaries

LIVE RESULTS: New York Primaries

The Donald and The Hillary win.

Updates (by WAJ).

No surprise, the second the polls closed Trump was projected the winner. What remains to be seen is how many delegates he gets.

(added) As of 11:30 p.m., Trump has approximately 60% of the vote and is credited with 89 delegates, but that likely will go up a couple more as more final results come in. Kasich has 3, and Cruz none. So Trump did what he needed to do. But he’s still on a trajectory to fall short of 1237 on the first ballot.

A number of commenters on TV and Twitter also are pointing out the obvious — the Republican electorate in NY State is small relative to Democrats, so there remains no reason to believe Trump could carry the state in a general election.

Hillary v. Bernie currently not called, but “leaning” Hillary. Networks call it for Hillary.


Before the close:

Today, New York votes. The Empire State’s primary has not been without drama. Independent voters who never registered with a party requested a temporary restraining order that would’ve opened New York’s closed primary to all voters. That request was denied by the judge.

On the Republican side:

The current delegate count:

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The magic 1,237 delegate number is unlikely to be reached by any candidate before the convention. Up for grabs in New York are 95 delegates.

Donald Trump has held a steady lead in the polls, hovering around 30%. Behind him is John Kasich around 20%, followed by Cruz at 18%.

On the Democratic side:

The current delegate count:

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New York holds 247 Democratic delegates. Hillary has polled consistently above 50% with Sanders around 40%.

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Strap in, kids. This is gonna be a doozy.

Fox News calls it for Trump immediately upon polls closing.

Exit polls say Trump 61%, Kasich 24%, Cruz 15%

We keep hearing that this is a two man race (Trump vs. Cruz). If Cruz comes in third, in a two man race, where does that leave us?

The Republicans of Nuevo Ork are Liberal/Collectivists, which is why Buckley started the Conservative Party.

So, no big surprise the “Republicans” would go overwhelmingly for the lying Collectivist thug who was born, bred, and corrupted there.

Cruz will win most of the NY delegates regardless of the outcome tonight… he could come in 20th place and would still take it all.

So Cruz wins 42% in his home state of Texas and Trump wins 60% in his home state of New York.

Cruz the not so strong Regional candidate.

    Valerie in reply to Gary Britt. | April 19, 2016 at 10:00 pm

    Hillary is blowing out Bernie in a landslide, in a state where Democrats are the large majority. If she’s the Democratic candidate, she will take New York.

      Milhouse in reply to Valerie. | April 20, 2016 at 1:43 am

      Whoever is the Democratic candidate will take New York. The only conceivable scenario in which a Republican has any hope of taking NY is when there is such a strong national landslide that he doesn’t need NY. Nixon-in-’72- and Reagan-in-’84 -sized landslides. In any election short of that, the Ds could nominate Charles Manson and he’d carry NY.

    inspectorudy in reply to Gary Britt. | April 19, 2016 at 10:29 pm

    What a blowing as*hole! When Cruz won Texas there were about ten candidates running. Trump wins NY and there are two with an asterisk. How do you look at yourself in the mirror in the morning knowing you are an idiot?

      Again, Gary Britt is not an idiot: His distortions and lies are intentional,

      You are either completely uninformed or just full of sh*t.

      1. In New York Cruz is the asterisk.

      2. In Texas there were really just 3 candidates. Cruz, Trump and Rubio took 88% of the vote. Trump was a strong second with 28% of the vote and around 30 to 35 delegates. In New York Cruz is as you say the asterisk and will get ZERO delegates.

      “When Cruz won Texas there were…”

      Doesn’t matter. Cruz lost the South, then “lost” in his home state when more Texans voted against him than for him. The election for Cruz was finished in Texas.

      Trump would have gotten about the same number regardless of how many might have been still running. Kasich and Cruz would have gotten fewer, not Trump.

        Yep Cruz’s entire plan for winning nomination was to win the south and then go over 50% in Texas so he would be presumptive nominee after Texas. That is why he used t g e New York Values attacks on Trump. He thought by the time New York voted he would already be presumptive nominee. Trump blew up his southern strategy plan and Cruz also failed to go over 50% in Texas. Something Romney and McCain did easily.

        Matt_SE in reply to Barry. | April 20, 2016 at 2:41 am

        So what you’re saying is that Trump “lost” EVERY SINGLE ELECTION up until his home state?!? Jeez, what a LOSER!

          Barry in reply to Matt_SE. | April 20, 2016 at 1:44 pm

          Matt, I know TDS makes otherwise sane people insane. What I said was entirely accurate. Cruz had a southern strategy. His only path to the nomination was to do very well in the South, get 50%+ of Texas which would give him all the delegates, and he would then be well positioned to finish it out. He was never going to win by loosing those southern states and not getting to 50% in Texas. Texas was the last nail in his coffin.

          Sorry, that’s just the way it is. He has no chance. He never did after Texas and I said so at the time.

    That matters, Gary and you can bet it will be focused on in the media and social media and by both Trump & Kasich.

    “So Cruz wins 42% in his home state of Texas and Trump wins 60% in his home state of New York.

    Cruz the not so strong Regional candidate.”

The Republican party has lost the election in New York. If Trump pulls down ~60% of the popular vote and does not get at least 50% of the delegates, the Republican Party has lost all credibility. The actions of the Cruz campaign and the state and local party leadership, in regard to who is picked as delegates especially after a popular vote, has already seriously undermined what little credibility the party had going into this campaign. Unless the popular vote trend does a 180, then the party will split if Trump does not get the nomination. This will catapult the Democrat candidate into the WH and, very likely, affect down ticket races enough to significantly increase Democrat power in the Congress. But, at least the Republican establishment, with the except of some politicians, will not have lost anything. The only losers will be the common people of this country.

    Exactly !

    amwick in reply to Mac45. | April 19, 2016 at 9:55 pm

    Well, well. Kinda damned if you do and damned if you don’t. Sadly, I think that the so called establishment wants Hillary. It’s all about the $$$$.

    inspectorudy in reply to Mac45. | April 19, 2016 at 10:33 pm

    No, the Republican party has not lost credibility. They set up the rules over a year ago and Mr. Wonderful didn’t bother to check them. Now that he realizes his mistake, instead of pitching in and fixing it he is doing what liberal always do, whine and complain that they are VICTIMS. Why do you support this liberal NY douchebag?

    malclave in reply to Mac45. | April 19, 2016 at 11:02 pm

    If Trump pulls down ~60% of the popular vote and does not get at least 50% of the delegates, the Republican Party has lost all credibility.

    Not really… but Trump would have to work really hard not to get a majority of delegates with that high a popular vote margin.

    Sanddog in reply to Mac45. | April 20, 2016 at 12:36 am

    Have you not realized yet the “popular vote” is not the be all, end all in either a Presidential election or the nomination process? Do you also believe America is a democracy?

      tom swift in reply to Sanddog. | April 20, 2016 at 1:23 am

      Have you yet realized that government of the people, by the people, for the people has not yet vanished from the earth? And until it does, the voters are not entirely superfluous.

        Milhouse in reply to tom swift. | April 20, 2016 at 1:47 am

        A political party is not the government, and there is no reason the people should have any say at all in its internal processes, including the nomination of candidates. Lincoln’s Republican Party did not consult the public about its choices. It made them and then submitted them to the public’s approval at the election.

          Barry in reply to Milhouse. | April 20, 2016 at 1:50 pm

          “A political party is not the government, and there is no reason the people should have any say at all in its internal processes, including the nomination of candidates. Lincoln’s Republican Party did not consult the public about its choices. It made them and then submitted them to the public’s approval at the election.”

          This ain’t Lincoln’s party and this ain’t the mid 1800’s.

          You can carp all you want about the party gets to decide and then offer the voters their choice. Yes, they have a right to do it, and the voters will reject them. Plain and simple. That is why the parties “try” to fool the voters into believing their votes count. As soon as the voters realize they took the time to go stand in line, time off from work, etc., and their vote doesn’t matter, well your party is toast.

          That you don’t understand this just shows the depth of your ignorance about modern politics in the internet information age. 1850 ain’t going to cut it.

        tyates in reply to tom swift. | April 20, 2016 at 3:11 am

        Popular vote doesn’t matter because we’re not a Democracy, we’re a Republic. You vote for a representative and they make the decisions. That’s how America and pretty much every other Republic going back to Cicero works. Senator comes from senex which means “old man” because you’re supposed to select someone older and wiser than you to be your representative in public affairs, also known as res publica.

          Barry in reply to tyates. | April 20, 2016 at 1:54 pm

          Apparently you are completely confused by the issues. Party politics have nothing to do with a republic.

          In an age of less information the party could fool all those voters invited to participate in the process into thinking their vote/opinion mattered. Now they cannot. Your party will not survive ignoring the voters that identify with your party.

          That ship left port years ago. This election contest is exposing the truth.

I just remembered. Another Trump Train wreck!!…. hmmmm Where is that adorable video Kemberlee???

Cruz will get zeroed tonight. Despite Professor’s tweet, he will be mathematically eliminated for a first ballot win.

    Yep. Time for Cruz to follow his I wn advice and drop out now that he is mathematically eliminated.

      PhillyGuy in reply to Gary Britt. | April 19, 2016 at 10:40 pm

      As of right now, Cruz needs 703 bound delegates to clinch the nomination using bound delegates only. There are only 646 left.

        Milhouse in reply to PhillyGuy. | April 20, 2016 at 1:37 am

        Indeed, but that is a meaningless metric. Bound delegates are in no way better than unbound ones, and there’s no reason why anyone should want to win only with them.

        It’s exactly like saying he can no longer clinch a win using only delegates taller than 5 feet, or using only delegates whose surnames don’t begin with R. It may be true, but there’s nothing special about such delegates.

          PhillyGuy in reply to Milhouse. | April 20, 2016 at 5:37 am

          That was great double talk. You know that bound delegates must vote for the candidate they are bound to…so it becomes the only absolute measure of where they are at…unbounds can switch their vote

          After tonight,
          Trump has 847 bound delegates he needs 390 to clinch
          Cruz has 548 bound delegates he needs 689 to clinch

          There are only 620 (plus 11) or 631 available or mathematically eliminated

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | April 20, 2016 at 11:04 am

          Yes, unbound delegates can change their minds. So what? So long as they vote for Cruz, what difference will it make whether they did so by choice or by compulsion? Your claim that he can no longer “clinch the nomination using bound delegates only”, even if true, means nothing, because there’s no reason he should want to do that.

        Matt_SE in reply to PhillyGuy. | April 20, 2016 at 2:47 am

        According to Politico, Cruz needs 678 with 734 available.
        According to the Green Papers, Cruz needs 678 with 700 available.

        Did you Trumpkins uncritically swallow Trump’s bullsh*t again?
        How about some links supporting your lies.

          Barry in reply to Matt_SE. | April 20, 2016 at 1:59 pm

          LOL, whatever the actual count is at this moment in time, Cruz cannot possibly get 90+% of the remaining delegates.

          He’s toast. Has been since Texas.

          TDS will not change the math.

          There are not enough unbound delegates to make up the difference either.

    The professor is in such denial he uses a formula that says even Kasich isn’t mathematically eliminated yet.

    Matt_SE in reply to PhillyGuy. | April 20, 2016 at 2:49 am

    Cruz is not mathematically eliminated. That’s another Trumptard lie.

      Barry in reply to Matt_SE. | April 20, 2016 at 2:00 pm

      OK, Matt, give us the winning scenario for Mr. Cruz.

      Try not to use TDS mathematics.

        Matt_SE in reply to Barry. | April 20, 2016 at 3:42 pm

        1) Nobody gets 1237
        2) Contested convention
        3) On the 2nd or 3rd ballot, Cruz wins.

        See how simple that was?

          Barry in reply to Matt_SE. | April 21, 2016 at 4:16 am

          You’re a true believer. Kool Aid. Tastes so good. It’s going to hurt when the GOPe puts the stake through your heart.

Early results by congressional districts Trump leads in all reporting d8stricts. Under 50% in around 5 districts. So early results would indicate Trump gets between 85 to 90 delegates.

The big RNC meeting in Florida is in 2 days. The Trump team with Paul Manafort will come in very strong. This win in NY was so big it opened some eyes. There will be a warming to a Trump candidacy contrary to what you read here.

    There are only two choices for RNC and GOPe at this point.

    A. Get on Trump train asap or

    B. Blow up GOP forever.

    70% or more of Republican voters say whoever has most delegates and votes should be nominee.

    Trump is now tge PRESUMPTIVE NOMINEE.

      malclave in reply to Gary Britt. | April 19, 2016 at 11:04 pm

      Meh, I’m in California, so my Primary is yet to come. I don’t see any reason why I must vote for a Democrat in the GOP primary.

      malclave in reply to Gary Britt. | April 19, 2016 at 11:05 pm

      70% or more of Republican voters say whoever has most delegates and votes should be nominee.

      Only if you have a very superficial take on the poll.

        Several polls say samething.

          malclave in reply to Gary Britt. | April 20, 2016 at 12:15 am

          Can you point me to a legitimate poll that says 70% of registered Republicans believe that whoever has a plurality of delegates on the first ballot should get the nomination, even if he doesn’t have a majority?

          Because if there is one, I’ve missed it, and would like to look at it.

          Barry in reply to Gary Britt. | April 20, 2016 at 2:03 pm

          Since you are using a computer and the internets, try using that thing called a search engine. If you really want the answer. I don’t think you do. It does require pulling your head out of your ass for a moment.

Manafort is predicting 90 or more delegates for Trump. Hope he is correct.

Trump leaves New York withe the big mo and as the presumptive nominee. The momentum will cause Trump’s lead in individual states and nationally to increase substantially.

It will be interesting to see if this big mo can turn Indiana and Nebraska for Trump. People like to be with a winner and not a slimy weasel word loser lawyer.

Condolences to those Cruz supporters who actually think he’s the better man, though they are mistaken in that belief.

Accolades to Trump supporters who see the Trump Train rolling down the track to a better America! Now it’s time to unite the party behind Donald Trump, and Make America Great Again!

Looks like that New York Values tactic by the Cruz campaign will go down as one of the great political blunders in recent primary history.

We will know when the GOPe is ready to throw in the towel on Trump opposition when Kasich starts saying nice things about Trump and angling to be Trump’s VP.

Betting markets now give Trump 69% chance of being nominee. Cruz at 30% chance.

    Cruz is now mathematically eliminated from clinching the nomination on 1st ballot.

      Matt_SE in reply to Paul. | April 20, 2016 at 2:54 am

      Back up your claim with a link, liar. I want proof, because neither Politico nor the Green Papers corroborate your BS.

        Barry in reply to Matt_SE. | April 20, 2016 at 2:09 pm

        Matt, you really are eat up with the hurt today.

        if you didn’t have your head in the sand, or elsewhere, you would have understood this long ago.

        Wishing doesn’t help. The results have eliminated Mr. Cruz.

        Provide the path to Cruz winning the nomination…

          Matt_SE in reply to Barry. | April 20, 2016 at 3:44 pm

          I don’t see no linkee, liar. Chop, chop; get to it.

          Barry in reply to Barry. | April 21, 2016 at 4:19 am

          hey butthurt, even your god, cruz, admits he cannot get to the magic number. Maybe you think he is lying as well? Well, he did lie, but not about that.

      malclave in reply to Paul. | April 20, 2016 at 3:12 am

      So what?

I live in the 24th CD, one of the few districts to hold Trump under 50%. And I have one question looking at the NY results. Who the hell are all these Kasich voters? They certainly didn’t show up in the discussions here. Or on any other blog I read regularly. I commute 36 miles, and use 5 different routes. I’ve seen yard signs for Trump, Cruz, Sanders, Monica Lewinsky’s ex-boyfriends wife, but not a one for Kasich. For the Republicans, Trumps a wildcard, not a conservative, Cruz is the Conservative anti-establishment candidate, and Kasich the ultimate RINO establishment candidate. The kind of candidate that almost everyone says they DON’T want this year. Who is voting for him?

    malclave in reply to gospace. | April 20, 2016 at 12:17 am

    Hypothesis, completely without any verifiable basis: maybe they’re people who wouldn’t vote for Cruz because of his “values” comment, but didn’t want to vote for Trump.

    tom swift in reply to gospace. | April 20, 2016 at 1:07 am

    Who is voting for him?

    Maybe Dibold.

    I’d expected the Dibold vote to go to Cruz, but maybe somebody realized that that would be too obvious.

    Barry in reply to gospace. | April 20, 2016 at 2:11 pm

    “Monica Lewinsky’s ex-boyfriends wife”

    I’m stealing that.

    Kasich got the anti trump vote in part. NY electorate see’s through Cruz and rejected him almost entirely and voted Kasich.

Courtesy of and just checked something to see if NY by CD in the Democrat race followed national trends. Sanders took 5 CDs according to the NY Election Board. 4 of them were 89.7% white only population or higher. The 20th CD, which includes Albany, was the only outlier, with an 80% white only population.

In my electoral district 12 Republicans voted: 6 for Kasich, 4 for Trump, and 2 for Cruz.

After all the momentum Trump builds up in the Northeast, I expect him to sweep SD, MT and NE or else it’ll be a disaster for him. A DISASTER!

Another oddity that bothers me. The most hotly contested primaries in most people’s lifetimes in both major parties. Front page news coverage for weeks. And, for the first time in most people’s lifetimes, the NY primaries actually matter in selecting the candidate. As of now, subject to no more then minor change, 34.1% of registered Democrats and 33.4% of registered Republicans showed up. The supposed groundswell of people complaining they can’t participate because they didn’t register in a party? Not even 1% of either party. Only about one third of people registered in the two major parties showed up. And that’s a lot less then one third of NY State registered voters. 27% of voters are registered in minor or no party.

Trump is still in danger of not making 1237, so now is the “Operation Bullsh*t” phase of his campaign where he puffs up his chest and pretends he’s inevitable.

Sure is a lot of hurt feewings around here.

poor babies.

Both Hillary and Bernie each got more votes than Donald

Hillary and Trump

I think we all need to build a cabin up in the mountains and hide for 4 years. Come back and help build from the ashes .

ABC news and Washington Post both state the Obvious that Cruz has been mathematically eliminated.

Newsweek says Trump is presumptive nominee.

Charles Hurt calls for Cruz to not be hypocrite and follow his own advice by dropping out of race.

    Ragspierre in reply to Gary Britt. | April 20, 2016 at 9:19 am

    The Mushroom Media have been calling T-rump the “presumptive” nominee for months.

    He’s obviously NOT “mathematically eliminated”, but you can keep chanting that lie. You always do with your lies.

    Ted Cruz will continue to fight, and we’ll continue to support him.

    WTF is Charles Hurt?

Trump has won 22 states. Cruz 9. Cruz is still behind Santorum who won 12 states against Romney.

    Ragspierre in reply to Gary Britt. | April 20, 2016 at 9:22 am

    Besides being part of your frap-0-thon on this thread, how is that meaningful?

      Barry in reply to Ragspierre. | April 20, 2016 at 2:25 pm

      “…how is that meaningful?”

      Some level of intelligence on display here.

      Let me see if I can help you out.

      Cruz is loosing. He hasn’t done as well as the front runner, not even close. On a historical scale he has not done what is required to have a chance.

      There is quite simply, no path left. If you can “stop trump”, the only thing left are the backroom deals where Teddy sells his soul to the GOPe donors. Of course he has already done that, so no problem to sell some more.

      His loss was guaranteed when over half of you Texans said no to Cruz. I told you then.

      Hope is all you got. And it’s no better than a handful of poo.

      Trump will be the nominee. I told you this, what, 7 months ago? He will either get to the magic number, or be so close the boys in the backroom with the creased pants will look around and decide their best money is with trump.

    Next up, Trump will win the Mis-ogyny-America pageant.

what a great win for the donald—— the socialist bernie got almost 250,000 more votes than t-rump, hil-lie-ry got double the votes – NOT a good sign for the general election.

    Attempts by left-wing media to Palinize Trump is Media proving why it only has a 3% approval rate.

    It is so painfully juvenile.

    Folks are necessarily going to resign themselves to the fact that the majority is on the Trump train and not the Cruz train.

    Now I am honestly sad to see my fellow conservatives so upset. I know how it feels. But, don’t please don’t let it eat you from the inside. It is poisonous.

Will be interesting to see what Trump’s next exploitation of the ignorance of his following will be. He will have no more 7-11 tragedies to use in the remaining states. No more pandering to the pride of New Yorkers.

I predict lots of whining about caucuses and chest thumping about momentum, inevitability and such. The rigged system and unfair undemocratic caucus will get a lot of play.

How long can he go without a major gaffe?

His Twitter finger must be itching something fierce.

Schmidt Predicts Trump Wins Nomination on First Ballot — Will Clear 1,237 ‘By at Least 50 to 60 Delegates’

    Ragspierre in reply to Gary Britt. | April 20, 2016 at 12:37 pm

    Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” former McCain chief strategist Steve Schmidt, now a political commentator for MSNBC, predicted Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump would not face a contested convention this summer at the RNC in Cleveland.

      Matt_SE in reply to Ragspierre. | April 20, 2016 at 3:49 pm

      “…former McCain chief strategist Steve Schmidt…”

      Top. Men.

    Very likely, Gary. The old saying “Everyone loves a winner” is generally true and we can expect larger numbers for Trump at least in part being owed to that.

    Trump has a tremendous momentum push with this huge win margin in NY going into the next rounds of primaries in New England and California.

    Time has now come for the GOPe bigshots to stop the #NeverTrump insanity and calm down their self-defeating mentality.

Yep. But the system is “rigged” against puuuuuurrrr Donelle T=rump.

What a pussy.

    In my opinion, every state should be Winner Take All in a primary election, not caucuses and not #SmokeFilledRooms … no exceptions.

    May voter majority in each state make the decisions… for either Cruz or Kasich or Trump.

    Also, Candidates who drop out should be voided on the ballots.

    Ben Carson actually came in 3rd pushing Cruz to 4th in one NY CD, it is reported.

      Ragspierre in reply to VotingFemale. | April 20, 2016 at 1:21 pm

      To quote YOU, nobody cares about your “opinion”.

      Now, IF you get your fat ass off the sofa and JOIN the Republican party, you can WORK to effect your vision.

      Stupid though it may be…

Donald Trump’s campaign advisers believe the billionaire mogul is emerging as the “prohibitive favorite” in the Republican presidential race and project that Trump will accumulate more than 1,400 delegates to secure the nomination on the first round of balloting at the party’s Cleveland convention, according to an internal campaign memorandum.

The projections come in a memo distributed to Trump surrogates late Tuesday night containing talking points for use in media interviews this week. The memo, obtained by The Washington Post, describes Trump’s commanding win in the New York primary as “YUGE” and encourages his supporters to speak out about what Trump has described as a “rigged” process of selecting delegates for the Republican National Convention in July.


“Building out our campaign staff to make sure we leave no stone unturned and that we can win this thing on the up and up — not through a rigged set of rules.”


The Cruz spin machine produces more lies than anything else,” the memo reads. “Our projections call for us to accumulate over 1400 delegates and thus a first ballot nomination win in Cleveland.”

Call me borderline sadistic, but I will never answer that question (unless I change my mind at some point in time).

Ragspierre | April 20, 2016 at 2:00 pm

ARE you an Arizona T-rump delegate? Yes or no, lying POS who lies?

    Ragspierre in reply to VotingFemale. | April 20, 2016 at 7:21 pm

    I’ll just call you what you’ve demonstrated yourself to be.

    Trolla, of the T-rumpervilles.

    And a stupid LYING daft old Collectivist T=rump sucker.

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Trump is an orange clown with tiny hands.

Rut Row..

Republican National Convention delegates from the District of Columbia who are bound to or supportive of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) tell Breitbart News that they are open to supporting Donald Trump instead.

Some are making the pitch that they want Trump to pick Rubio as his vice presidential candidate, but nonetheless the warm comments many of these Rubio delegates are making about Trump—instead of about Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)—is perhaps a sign of a turning tide in the delegate game after Trump captured at least 89 delegates in New York last night.

“I think him choosing Marco [as vice president] would make me more inclined to support him, in a more positive way, a more active role in campaigning because I really love Marco,” said Teri Galvez, a bound delegate from D.C. who the D.C. GOP says is bound to Ohio Gov. John Kasich, in an interview with Breitbart News this week.

    Ragspierre in reply to Gary Britt. | April 20, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    Ruh-row, too stupid to live and can’t tell the truth to save your life…

    BOUND delegates…???

    Ring any bells, idiot?

Now there’s a ticket to sweeten #TheDeal with the hyperventilating GOPe if ever there was one… those fickle old billy goats.