Donald Trump delivered a victory speech Tuesday night, a speech that can be viewed in full replay from New York City as Trump celebrates what polls and political experts expect to be an easy, five-state sweep of the Super Tuesday primary elections held April 26. The decisive victory could also drive a final nail into the coffin of the so-called “Stop Trump” movement within the Republican party.
Scroll down this page to watch a full replay of the Donald Trump Super Tuesday victory speech from his own Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan, New York.
The “Stop Trump” movement is an effort within the Republican party to prevent Donald Trump from reaching the majority total of 1,237 delegates that would allow him to clinch the Republican presidential nomination on the first ballot at the party’s national convention in Cleveland.
Most recently, Trump’s two remaining opponents — Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Ohio Governor John Kasich — announced that they would coordinate their efforts, dividing remaining states between them in an effort to deny Trump as many delegates as possible.
Trump quickly branded the combined Cruz-Kasich alliance as “pathetic.”
The numbers show Trump well on his way to the 1,237 total. Going into the five Tuesday states, he already had accumulated 846 delegates with 620 remaining, including the 172 available on Tuesday.
But with Trump holding large polling leads in all five states on April 26, he would automatically add 73 delegates simply by winning. He would also add delegates by winning majorities in individual congressional districts, meaning that Trump could come out of the day with about 100 delegates — or more.
In that case, Trump would need to win about 65 percent of the remaining delegates after Tuesday to claim the nomination on the first ballot.
However, if Trump wins the Indiana Republican primary next Tuesday, May 3, he would win all 57 of the state’s delegates in that winner-take-all primary — and his required percentage of all remaining delegates would immediately drop to 60.
To watch a full replay of the Donald Trump victory speech from Trump Tower in New York City on Tuesday, April 26, click on the video below.
Trump has already started campaigning in Indiana, as seen in the full replay of his rally from April 20 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, in the video below.
In the meantime, Donald Trump has spent time expressing himself in his favorite medium, Twitter. He used the medium to respond to TV actress Lena Dunham — the creator and star of the HBO comedy series Girls, and an outspoken supporter of Democrat Hillary Clinton — who said that she would move to Canada if Trump became president.
Trump blasted Dunham as a “B actor” with “no mojo.”
— NY News Now (@nynewsn) April 26, 2016
But neither Lena Dunham nor the “Stop Trump” movement has thrown any kind of a roadblock in the path of the “Trump Train” as the New York real estate mogul and first-time political candidate rolls toward the Republican nomination — and maybe even the presidency.
A new poll released Tuesday showed that Donald Trump for the first time had support from 50 percent of Republicans — a benchmark that he had yet to reach as most experts felt that there would be a “ceiling” on his support among Republicans.
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Two head-to-head national polls released last week also showed a tightening race between Trump and probable Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Most experts, however, say that such one-on-one general election polls mean very little while the primary campaign is still rolling on.
A George Washington University poll released April 20 showed Clinton with only a narrow three-point lead over Donald Trump on a nationwide basis. But a USA Today/Suffolk University Poll released on April 24, just two days before the Super Tuesday primary elections, showed Clinton with an 11-point lead over Donald Trump.
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