Wednesday, May 4, 2016

#Trump v #Clinton in November

Ted Cruz has ended his Presidential campaign following a decisive defeat in Indiana. Voters, still angry at 'politics as usual' and establishment candidates, continue to support Trump. While a global economic contraction, a trend becoming difficult to deny by the election, favors finger pointing towards the socialists (largely Democrats) and an (unexpected) Republican victory, few recognize it. The daily chatter, quick to remind Americans that Clinton has an impressive double-digit lead over Trump, does not encourage independent thinking. Clinton or Trump will likely be wishing someone else had won once liquidation hits with full force in 2017.

Headline: Ted Cruz drops presidential bid

(CNN)Ted Cruz bowed out of the Republican presidential race Tuesday following a crushing loss to Donald Trump in Indiana, clearing the path for the real estate mogul to clinch the GOP nomination.

It was a remarkable turn of events in a presidential primary race that seemed destined -- just weeks ago -- to end in a contested convention this summer. Even in the final hours of the race in the Hoosier State, Cruz insisted he was staying in the race until June 7 -- going so far as to attack his rival during a news conference as a "pathological liar" unfit for the White House.



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