Trump weathered a barrage of attacks from fellow Republicans to win at least five of 11 states
WASHINGTON: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton each took a giant step toward securing the White House nominations of their parties Tuesday, thumping rivals in a slew of “Super Tuesday” primaries.
Bellicose billionaire Trump weathered a barrage of attacks from fellow Republicans to win at least five of 11 states, according to projections, coming within striking distance of becoming the Republican nominee to replace President Barack Obama.
Clinton bested rival Bernie Sanders handily across a host of southern US states - Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee and Texas - winning big among African-American voters in a vindication of her strategy of embracing Obama. Read more...