WASHINGTON (Staff Report) – Republican forerunner for presidential nomination Donald Trump has won two more states, Mississippi and Michigan, while Bernie Sanders surprised Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton with victory in Michigan.
According to US media reports, Republican contestant Ted Cruz remained winner in Idaho while on Democrats side Hillary Clinton clinched victory in Mississippi.
Following the Super Tuesday 2 results, observers say that upcoming weeks is going to be really tough for Donald Trump to strengthen his rule on Republican primary as Ted Cruz threat is growing stronger and stronger against him. However Ted Cruz really needs the votes of Marco Rubio to win the nomination.
Meanwhile Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders although has won Michigan but his journey for nomination is seemingly still tough. Hillary Clinton will not let him steal the votes so easily.
Where Do Candidates Stand Now?
Republican Super Tuesday 2 In-depth Results:
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