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It seems that nothing that Donald Trump does is his fault. Telling people to beat up protesters in his rally is not his fault it’s Bernie Sanders fault. Is this the kind of man we want to have as Commander in Chief? Even the pundits are starting to worry about his temper and his temperament with the ability to launch a nuclear war. We must stop Trump and make sure he is a thousand miles away from the White House


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Five states vote on Tuesday. Stay caught up with the race.


“Clearly John Kasich has a better chance of winning Ohio than I do, and I think if a voter in Ohio concludes that voting for John Kasich gives us the best chance to stop Donald Trump there, I anticipate that's what they will do.”

Sen. Marco Rubio on Friday gave the green light to supporters in Ohio to vote for Gov. John Kasich in Tuesday's primary in order to stop Trump

In anti-Trump move, Rubio frees up Ohio supporters to vote for Kasich

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Violence at Trump rallies is nothing new

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What Florida voters think

Florida's primary is Tuesday, and it's a must-win for Marco Rubio. Donald Trump holds a double-digit edge over him among white voters (42 to 28 percent), while Rubio leads Trump by 49 to 20 percent among Hispanic Republicans, with Ted Cruz at 20 percent. Here's how they fare with likely GOP voters in the state:











Source: Post-ABC News poll


Trump, Rubio close in Fla. primary, Washington Post-Univision News poll shows

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March 15

Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio hold primaries.

March 22

Arizona holds primaries for each party. Idaho holds Democratic caucuses. Utah holds caucuses for both parties.

March 26

Alaska, Hawaii and Washington hold Democratic caucuses.

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Trump blames Sanders supporters for violence at Chicago rally

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump told his supporters in Ohio that the scuffles caused at his Chicago rally the night before were caused by supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. (Reuters)

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