Thursday February 20, 2020

Trump confronts next test as Michigan voters go to the polls

Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, looks to expand her delegate lead in Mississippi and Michigan

8th March, 2016

Donald Trump touted his campaign’s ability to drive Republican voter turnout today as the presidential race moved to Michigan in the industrial Midwest, the next test of his appeal to disaffected voters and whether efforts to stop him are working.

Republicans also are holding primaries in Mississippi and Idaho and caucuses in Hawaii. Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, will seek to expand her delegate lead in primaries in Mississippi and Michigan, where Bernie...

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