Republican Donald Trump dominated the Indiana primaries Tuesday, sweeping up over 53 percent of the vote. Before the final numbers were in, challenger Ted Cruz was out:
Trump, meanwhile, struck a slightly more conciliatory tone in his victory speech:
The Cruz concession makes two things clear: Donald Trump is now the presumptive Republican nominee, and California, which holds its primary on June 7th, won’t have a say in the matter.
UPDATE: John Kasich has dropped out, making Donald Trump the sole GOP candidate.
For more on what's ahead for California, Take Two spoke to two guests:
- Bill Whalen, research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institute
- Thad Kousser, professor of political science at UC San Diego
Press the blue play button above to hear the interview.
(Post has been updated.)