In a GOP primary that seemed to last forever, the last two opponents of Billionaire Donald Trump finally dropped out. Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) have pulled out of the race after a big win for Trump in Indiana.
In spite of the rhetoric of Trump supporters, the entertainer and billionaire has had the biggest challenge of getting his party’s nomination of any candidate since Gerald Ford in 1976. In that year the Watergate burdened President found himself continuously fighting for his political life. Rarely has a candidate had to wait until May to get the party’s nomination.
Here is how Indiana changed everything.
ABC News: Trump’s Victory Speech.
Fox News: Cruz Suspends Campaign.
CNN: John Kasich Suspends Campaign