Protesters stand across the street from a Donald Trump rally holding signs for "Muslims for Peace," signs before a campaign rally, Saturday, March 5, 2016, in Orlando, Fla. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)
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Republicans delivered a split verdict between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz in the latest round of presidential voting, offering fresh evidence of the turmoil still roiling the party after 19 states have had their say.Trump said it was time for Marco Rubio to exit the race.Trump and Clinton hold the edge in the more-important delegate count.For months, Republican leaders have linked Trump and Cruz together, arguing that neither could win in November's general election.Clinton picked up at least 55 delegates to Sanders' 47 in Saturday's contests, with seven delegates yet to be allocated.Cruz won at least 64 delegates Saturday, making a small dent in Trump's lead for Republican convention delegates. Trump picked up at least 49, Rubio at least 13 and Kasich nine. Overall, Trump led with at least 378 delegates, Cruz had at least 295, Rubio 123 and Kasich 34 .
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