Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets supporters after speaking at a campaign rally on April 11, 2016 in Albany, New York. The New York Democratic primary is scheduled for April 19th. Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/Getty Images/AFP
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Tensions frayed in both the Democratic and Republican presidential races Monday, as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tried to stave off the prospect of a lengthy battle for the nomination with big victories in New York.While Clinton escalated her attacks against rival Bernie Sanders, Republican front-runner Donald Trump complained about a "rigged" nomination process, prompting a fierce defense from party leaders. Trump has seized upon his delegate woes in recent days as evidence that "the fix" was in. He angrily denounced the allocation of all of Colorado's delegates to Cruz as "dirty and disgusting" during a Monday night rally in Albany, New York. Trump's accusations come as he seeks to outmaneuver Cruz in local state gatherings where the delegates who will attend the summer convention are being chosen.On the Democratic side, the April 19 primary in New York has become a make-or-break moment for both the Clinton and Sanders campaigns.
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