Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump win Florida pulling Rubio drops out of race to White House

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump win Florida pulling Rubio drops out of race to White House

 Marco Rubio contesting the fight to White house from his home town Florida lost the Florida as a senator and as a result now he is out of the race to White house. Despite of the fact that he has made a promising-campaign but dropped out of the race shortly after the pole closed.

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump win Florida pulling Rubio drops out of race to White House

Tuesday came as a Super Tuesday for Hillary Clinton who sweeps five states as Donald Trump knocks out Marco Rubio in Florida.

Donald Trump scored a decisive win Tuesday in Florida, but lost Ohio to the state’s governor, John Kasich, as the billionaire’s rivals despairingly tried to stop his march to the party’s presidential nomination.

Hillary Clinton blended to take over the of Bernie Sanders with mastery in Florida, Ohio and North Carolina. –

Marco Rubio, the Florida senator who makes a match his once-promising campaign of winning in his home state, dropped out of the presidential race shortly after the polls closed. That left Kasich as the last true established candidate running against Trump and arch-conservative Texas Sen.

Trump looked for wins in Tuesday’s five provinces to help form a sound lead in the all-important delegate count and now Florida came as a great victory —  as the first conqueror-take-all contest decided — with all 99 delegates going to Trump.

The brash and controversial reality TV star have round-off the political establishment by winning most of the state-by-state competitions for delegates who will choose the Republican nominee. He has closed on Americans’ anger with the Washington politicians, winning over voters with his simply worded promise to make America great again.

Kasich’s win, conquering all of Ohio’s 66 delegates, was crucial to slowing Trump’s momentum. While Trump has compiled the most delegates going into Tuesday, he’s won fewer than 50 percent of them. If that pace continues, he will fail short of the majority that he would need to assure him the nomination at the party’s convention in July. The winning result could be a contested convention, creating an unpredictable outcome.

Kasich vowed that he will never take the “low road” to the “highest office in the land” in his victory speech to cheering supporters in Berea, Ohio.

Alluding to Trump, President Barack Obama said Tuesday he was dismayed by “vulgar and divisive rhetoric” directed at women and minorities as well as the violence that has occurred in the campaign. Trump has been the target of millions of dollars in negative advertising in recent weeks, including one ad campaign that highlights his statements that appear to encourage violence —-among them, “I’d like to punch him in the face.”

Clinton earned at least 175 delegates Tuesday. Sanders will win at least 73. Clinton now has a total of at least 1,410, while Sanders has at least 653. It takes 2,383 to win the Democratic nomination