Donald Trump Will Be GOP Nominee For President, Dueling Analysts Agree
February 24, 2016 9:02 AM
Donald Trump in Las Vegas, February 23, 2016. (Photo credit JOHN GURZINSKI/AFP/AFP/Getty Images)
BOSTON (CBS) – Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will go head-to-head in the November election for President of The United States, according to two of WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s political analysts.
Republican Gene Hartigan and Democrat Mary Anne Marsh now both think Trump will be the GOP nominee.
“No one can stop this, especially the Republican establishment,” Democrat Mary Ann Marsh said Wednesday, hours after Trump won the Nevada caucuses.
“The fact is, this Republican nomination was over on Saturday when Donald Trump won every single delegate in South Carolina, all 50,” Marsh said. “When you hit Super Tuesday, he’s going to clean up most of those states, then you move to winner-take-all, but the fact is Donald Trump is the Republican nominee.”