A man walks a goat past people who were waiting in line to get into a rally held by Clinton, in Seattle.
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Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton held their leads in the battle for their parties' 2016 presidential nomination in the latest state-by-state voting as the Daesh (ISIS) militant group inserted itself deeper into American politics with the attacks it claimed in Belgium.Both Clinton and Trump seized the attacks on the Brussels airport and subway that left dozens dead as a chance to level bitter assaults on one another.Clinton and Trump's Republican rivals piled on with questions about his temperament and readiness to serve as commander-in-chief, and condemned his calls to diminish U.S. involvement with NATO.Cruz Tuesday criticized Trump's foreign policy while declaring that the U.S. is at war with Daesh.Trump's brash tone appeared to turn off some Republican voters in Utah, where Cruz claimed more than half of the caucus vote – and with it, all 40 of the state's delegates.Trump is still short of the majority of delegates needed to clinch the nomination before the party's national convention this summer.Overall, Trump has 739 delegates, Cruz has 465 and Kasich 143 .
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