It looks like the Republican party may have its candidate in billionaire Donald Trump after a convincing win in the Indiana primary.
FOX's Gurnal Scott has the story:
The path is clearing of competition for Donald Trump, his Indiana win forced Ted Cruz from the race and Trump was complimentary of the Texas senator, in his own way:
(Trump) "I don't know if he likes me or doesn't like me, but he is one hell of a competitor. He is a tough smart guy."
Now that it seems the nomination is within reach, Trump's immediate task:
(Trump) "We want to bring unity to the Republican party. We have to bring unity."
But he also added another chore to his "to do" list saying it's time to, in his words, "go after Hillary Clinton."
In New York City, Gurnal Scott, FOX News.
Former Governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee, believes Donald Trump will beat Hillary Clinton in the general election:
He hasn't secured the delegates yet, but Donald Trump is now considered his party's presumptive nominee. So, where does his campaign go next?
FOX's Jared Halpern answers that:
Contests remain on the primary calendar and despite chief rival Ted Cruz suspending his bid, FOX News contributor Tony Seyegh says Donald Trump still has some work to do:
(Seyegh) "I still see that Trump is going to want to ensure he goes into Cleveland with a lot more delegates than the 1,237 that he looks now poised to meet."
That means appearances in Nebraska, West Virginia and other upcoming primary venues, plus a challenge of uniting the party. John Kasich remains in the race, a chief strategist saying the Ohio Governor will continue to offer voters a clear choice.
In Washington, Jared Halpern, FOX News.
Despite John Kasich remaining in the GOP race, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus tweeted this following Ted Cruz suspending his campaign on Tuesday night:
-- Reince Priebus (@Reince) May 4, 2016