Donald Trump’s sights are dead set on defeating Hillary Clinton in November Tuesday night “tonight we close one chapter in history and begin another”
And saying, “To all of those Bernie Sanders voters, who have been left out in the cold by a rigged system of super delegates, we welcome you with open arms,” Trump told cheering supporters at his estate in Westchester County, NY.
Donald Trump thanked the voters in the 5 states that held primaries Tuesday and focused on “Winning” trade deals and hammered Mrs. Clinton’s record as Secretary of State.
“The Clintons have turned the politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves,” Donald Trump told supporters. “They have made hundreds of millions of dollars selling access, selling favors, selling government contracts.”
He said he would be more specific in a speech he will give next week.
Donald Trump said that his status as the presumed Republican nominee was “not a testament to me but a testament to all of the people who believed real change, not Obama change, but real change is possible.
“You have given me the honor to lead the Republican Party to victory this Fall.”
He pledged that “we are going to do it. We are going to do it, folks. We are going to do it.
“I understand the responsibility of carrying the mantle — and I will never ever let you down,” Mr. Trump continued. “Too much work, too many people — blood, sweat and tears — never going to let you down.
“I will make you proud of our party and the movement — and that’s what it is a movement.”
Tuesday night Hillary Clinton declared victory in her battle for the Democratic presidential nomination, becoming the 1st woman to lead a major American political party and casting herself as the beneficiary of generations who fought for equality.
Bernie Sanders says he is still in the race and will take it to the convention in Philadelphia.
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