The Trump Train is riding strong through the primaries and chalk up ANOTHER win for the big man.
Washington state had it’s primary last night and the last man standing on the Republican side snatched up more much needed delegates on his way to the GOP nod and possibly the presidency. On June 7th, Trump will likely have the necessary delegates to clinch the Republican nomination.
And we couldn’t be happier!
Donald Trump, the last Republican standing in the 2016 US presidential race, took a major step toward clinching the party’s nomination with a victory Tuesday in the Washington state primary.
US networks called the race for the New York billionaire shortly after polls closed at 8:00 p.m. (0300 GMT Wednesday).
Early results showed Trump receiving 76 percent of the vote, according to Washington’s secretary of state’s office.
Trump is the party’s presumptive nominee, and while he is not officially the flagbearer yet he is on the cusp.
He had amassed 1,189 delegates prior to Washington state, according to a CNN tally, just 48 delegates short of the 1,237 needed for the nomination.
Of course, the Liberals that wrongly think Trump is bad for the country, and a racist, rioted to show their disapproval.
Meanwhile in Albuquerque in the southwestern state of New Mexico, an anti-Trump protest outside his rally at a convention center turned chaotic when protesters began overturning barricades and hurling rocks.
“Protestors are now throwing bottles and rocks at our Police Horses,” Albuquerque police tweeted.
Television footage showed some protesters waving Mexican flags.
New Mexico has a large Hispanic population and polls show the demographic is mostly opposed to Trump in large part because of his positions on immigration.
Trump has called for building a wall on the southern US border, deporting millions of undocumented immigrants and banning Muslims from entering the United States.
Go Trump Go!