Trump has choice words for rivals, says he'll beat Clinton


WARWICK, RI – From Hillary Clinton to Ted Cruz and John Kasich, Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump is taking it from all sides.

But Trump is remaining true to form.

In Warwick, Rhode Island, Trump delivered a blistering attack against his rivals for coming up with a “deal” to maximize their chances of stopping Trump’s march to the GOP nomination.

“It’s collusion. If you collude in business or if you collude in the stock market, they put you in jail,” Trump said. “It shows how weak they are. It shows how pathetic they are,” he said.

Cruz and Ohio Governor John Kasich announced Sunday they are coordinating to stop Trump from getting the 1,237 delegates needed to win the nomination outright. Kasich agreed not to campaign in Indiana. Kasich will instead devote his efforts to Oregon and New Mexico.

Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton also took a jab at Donald Trump. She said Trump should come out of his towers and “actually talk and listen to people.”

“I will beat Hillary Clinton,” Trump said. “Lyin’ Ted Cruz will lose so badly to Crooked Hillary it will be one of the great defeats ever, and Kasich will also as soon as they put up the negative ads.”

The tough rhetoric comes on the heels of Trump’s resounding victory in New York, his home state. Clinton also won in New York, adding to both candidates’ leads.

The Republicans and Democrats have a number of primaries and caucuses coming up – Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island have contests coming up April 26.

Clinton leads Sanders 1944-1192 in delegates. 2,383 are needed to win. Trump holds an 845-559-148 lead over Cruz and Kasich.

According to the latest polls, Trump leads in all states holding primaries April 26.

Clinton also leads in all states holding primaries April 26 except for Rhode Island; however, the margins are very close in a number of those states.

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