US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves after speaking in New York on May 3, 2016, following the primary in Indiana. AFP / Jewel SAMAD
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Donald Trump became the last man standing in the race for the Republican U.S. presidential nomination Wednesday as one after the other his sole remaining rivals, Ted Cruz and John Kasich, faded out of the picture.Carson endorsed Trump after pulling out of Republican race earlier this year.A recent poll found Trump with the support of 53 percent of Republican participants, well above Cruz at 25 percent.In a potential general election match-up, Clinton led Trump by about 10 percentage points among likely voters. Clinton called Trump a "loose cannon" Wednesday and said America should not take a risk on an unreliable candidate.
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