The change of subject reflects Trump's conviction that the race for the Republican presidential nomination is essentially "over," with GOP rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich unable to catch up to Trump's delegate haul. Continue reading ? The post Calling GOP nomination race ‘over’, Trump sharpens attacks on Clinton appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
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