Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks about the results of the Super Tuesday primaries at a campaign rally in Miami March 1, 2016. REUTERS/Javier Galeano
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It was a big night for Donald Trump, too, but what will the establishment do about it?About 30 percent of the Republican delegates, the men and women who choose the nominee at the conventions, have been awarded so far through a proportional system, with Trump in the clear lead.The longer the race goes, the more difficult it will be to oust Trump.Rubio fails to shine Republican leaders may have thrown their weight behind Senator Marco Rubio as the antidote to Trump, but Tuesday's results confirmed what millions of voters felt in their gut: it was too little, too late.After spending the past week brutally attacking Trump, scooping up major endorsements and presenting his case as the mainstream candidate, Rubio finished a disappointing third-place on the night, behind Trump and Cruz.With Rubio faltering, former candidate Lindsey Graham, an establishment U.S. senator who detests Trump, points to a last resort.
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