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Coming to terms with Trump: Holdout Republicans might finally be accepting their frontrunner




Presidential candidate Donald Trump during a debate on CNBC.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump during a debate on CNBC.
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Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump swept Tuesday's East coast primaries by a landslide.

In his victory speech last night, Trump didn't mince words:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCC2dt_br-w

The wins come on the heels of a new NBC poll of around 10,000 adults. The sample reveals Trump has the support of just shy of 50 percent of GOP voters nationwide.

Are Republican voters who were once unsure about The Donald finally warming up to the billionaire?

Take Two put this question to David Merritt, political director for Luntz Global, a conservative messaging and communications firm out of New York.

Press the blue play button above to hear the interview.