Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump arrives for a caucus night rally Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
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Donald Trump stormed to victory in Tuesday's Republican caucuses in Nevada, giving the billionaire businessman his third straight victory in the race for the White House.Projections on TV networks gave Trump 46 percent of the vote, with senators Marco Rubio of Florida and Ted Cruz of Texas trailing some 20 points behind. A triumphant Trump, who has alienated many Hispanic voters with his persistent anti-immigrant rhetoric, told supporters after his win that he was especially proud to have fared well with the Latino Republican voters in Nevada who overwhelmingly backed him.And he told of how a wealthy friend wanted to donate $10 million dollars to his campaign but Trump said no because he is financing it himself. Experts said the focus was on whether Rubio and Cruz would be able to slow Trump's momentum and which of the two candidates would come in second.Cruz fired back, accusing Trump of consistently vacillating on issues and saying his insults showed how rattled he was.
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