Cruz & Kasich Dropping Out After Trump Sweeps Primaries

Donald Trump said Wednesday morning he’d heard that rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich planned a news conference after their losses to announce that they had dropped out of the presidential race, but canceled it.

“They should have [dropped out],” Trump told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program. “I heard they were having a news conference last night to drop out of the race and they canceled the news conference.

“They have to play their game. John is now 1 for 47 and Ted is a disaster. I guess I’m 3.5 million votes up on him. It’s crazy. It’s a crazy thing. No highway. It’s over.”

Meanwhile, Trump, coming off a sweep of all five states in Tuesday’s elections, predicted on CNN that he’ll do well in upcoming states, including California and Indiana, and that he will “get there very easily” when it comes to locking down the 1,237 delegates he needs to clinch the GOP presidential nomination.


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