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March 16, 2016 9:48 am

Numbers Point to Trump, Clinton as Likely Presidential Nominees

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The two presidential candidates dominated the Super Tuesday primaries. Photos: Wikimedia Commons.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The two presidential candidates dominated the Super Tuesday primaries. Photos: Wikimedia Commons.

Math and momentum on his side, an emboldened Donald Trump offered himself Wednesday as the inevitable Republican presidential nominee and called on balky GOP leaders to embrace the voters’ “tremendous fervor” for his candidacy. If GOP leaders try to deny him the nomination at a contested convention when he is leading the delegate count, Trump warned, “You’d have riots.”

Trump, who padded his delegate lead and won at least three more states in the latest round of voting, predicted he’d amass enough support to snag the nomination outright before the Republican convention — without much difficulty, in fact — and added that “there’s going to be a tremendous problem” if the Republican establishment tries to outmaneuver him at the convention.

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