Super Tuesday, the 2016 campaign’s biggest day of nominating contests in America being a single day of state-by-state contests to select party nominees for the Nov. 8 election to succeed Democratic President Barack Obama, Republican Donald Trump and Democratic Hillary Clinton proved themselves the undoubted front-runners though the rest of the field revealed no signs of clearing the way for them just yet.
U.S. networks projected Trump has now won victoriously in seven States including; Massachusetts, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, and in Vermont.
On the other hand, the former secretary of state Hillary Clinton winning in seven states was also impressive. They includes; Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, Texas, and Massachusetts but lost to Sanders a democratic socialist U.S. senator in his home state of Vermont and also in Oklahoma, Minnesota and Colorado.
Trump’s race grew progressively offensive towards Rubio leveling increasingly personal attacks against each other. He said that Rubio had a “horrible night” and called him Florida’s “little senator.”
Clinton who has shifted her attention from Sanders now to Trump told the supporters that ”It might be unusual for a presidential candidate to say this, But I believe that what America needs today is more love and kindness.” in reference to Trump comments towards Rubio.
These two rivals, Donald Trump and Clinton, aim to knock the rest off their pedestals in contests ahead in Michigan, Florida and Illinois.