Ted Cruz and John Kasich both dropped out of the 2016 Presidential race, giving Donald Trump the GOP’s nomination. Hillary Clinton has something to say about that so click to watch her first interview since this shocking development!
While Hillary Clinton, 68, still battles Bernie Sanders, 74, for the Democratic Party’s nomination, the GOP’s pick is pretty much locked up. Ted Cruz, 45, and John Kasich, 63, dropped out of the 2016 Presidential race, giving up after losing to Donald Trump, 69. So, what does the former Secretary of State think about that?
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Voters will find out, as Hillary will give her first interview following this shocking change on May 4. She will speak on Ted’s last stand and Donald triumphing over the rest of his Republican rivals at 2:00 P.M. EST. With many expecting Hillary to win the Dem nod, this could be a preview of the major election in November. Be sure you’re ready to hear what Hillary has to say!
Hillary will definitely speak about Ted’s crushing loss in the Indiana state primary on May 3. The Texas Senator had vowed to stay in the race until the Republican National Convention in July, but after pulling only 33% of the vote, Ted had a change of heart.
After all, this was his seventh consecutive loss to Donald and it was clearly time to throw in the towel. From the beginning I’ve said that I would continue on as long as there was a viable path to victory,” Ted said. “Tonight I’m sorry to say it appears that path has been foreclosed.” Donald seemed to give Ted some respect, calling his nemesis “one hell of a competitor.“
John also dropped out of the race following Ted’s exit. So, Donald winning the party’s nomination it’s pretty much a done deal. This freaked the Internet out, as some were “struggling” with the reality that Donald Trump will be an official presidential candidate.
Hillary didn’t do so well in Indiana, losing the primary to Bernie. She’s still way ahead of the Vermont Senator in the delegate count. Plus, unlike Ted’s wife, Heidi Cruz, 44, Hillary didn’t end the night by getting elbowed in the face. Maybe she’ll lay some verbal elbows across Donald’s face when she speaks about this major change in the Presidential election?
What do you think Hillary is going to say, HollywoodLifers?