Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses a press conference following his victory in the Florida state primary on March 15, 2016 in West Palm Beach, Florida. AFP / RHONA WISE
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Democrat Hillary Clinton, who moved closer to becoming the first woman in U.S. history to win a major party nomination after winning at least four states Tuesday, took direct aim at Trump.With anti-Trump Republicans frantically seeking scenarios to deny the billionaire businessman the party nomination, Trump suggested to morning TV shows that the party establishment already was starting to support him.With more than half the delegates awarded through six weeks of primary voting, Trump is the only Republican candidate with a realistic path to the 1,237 delegates needed to clinch the nomination through the traditional route.While Trump has won 47 percent of the delegates awarded so far, according to the Associated Press delegate count, that's not good enough. Clinton has at least 1,561 delegates, including the superdelegates who are elected officials and party leaders free to support the candidate of their choice.
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