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Saturday, October 22, 2016

Mr. candidate: trump was the only candidate-Republican for the presidency

After the statements on withdrawal from the electoral race colleagues of trump’s for the Republican party Ted Cruz and John Kasica flamboyant billionaire, so to speak, came early in the final struggle for the right to become the 45th President of the United States.

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However, trump was in the lead in the internal party primaries, claiming the nomination as the official candidate of the Republican party, which was held at the party Congress in July. Now the Republicans and the voters that support the party, just didn’t have a choice.

Recall that his party colleague and chief rival in the primaries, Ted Cruz said that he was leaving the race the day before. The politician explained his actions by saying that he sees no reason to continue to fight, because after the failed primaries in Indiana won’t have the chance to elect a candidate.

According to NBC, today, his example was followed by the Governor of Ohio John Kasich, which, however, is a serious competitor to Trump was not. Kasich scored only 156 votes of party delegates at a time, like Donald trump, their number exceeded 1000.

“I stop his campaign… Glubokoe by faith believe that God will show me my path,” said Kasich in his home state of Ohio, adding that a rally in support of him planned for 5 may in Virginia is also cancelled.

As for the tramp, he was encouraged by the victory and soon plans to announce the names of their future “assistants” in the White house. For example, he does not exclude that the post of Vice President is John Kasich. He also said that he foresees a great future with Ted Cruz.

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