Trump’s California campaign manager says nomination nearly clinched

By KTTH | April 27, 2016

Donald Trump took another group of states Tuesday night.

The Republican presidential front-runner’s California campaign manager, Tim Clark, told “Armstrong and Getty” that the upcoming primary in Indiana might be the final tipping point, if it hasn’t already happened.

“We’re at the point now where Indiana, and our momentum there, could very well close this thing out; I think we closed it out (Tuesday) night,” he said. “… We know that we’re going to go into convention and into our primary just needing very few votes.”

Listen here for more on Trump’s huge vote lead in California and Clark’s comments on how to combat some of his negative numbers.


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