Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton: The Big Winners in Yesterday's Vote
By: Bill O'ReillyMarch 16, 2016
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Here's the delegate count on the Republican side.

Mr. Trump has 661.

Ted Cruz – 406.

Marco Rubio - 169.

John Kasich - 142.

1,237 delegates are needed to win the nomination.

Right now, Donald Trump has about two million more votes than Ted Cruz so, pardon the pun, Mr. Trump is cruising.

As far as Marco Rubio's delegates are concerned, many will support him in the first round of convention voting even though he has dropped out.

After that, they can go where they want.

At this point, it is a two-man race between Trump and Cruz, but Kasich is in a spoiler position and some see him as a potential vice presidential choice because of his big win in Ohio.

On the Democrat side, it is all over - Hillary Clinton sweeping all five states last night.

She has 1,132 delegates.

Bernie Sanders has 818.

2,383 delegates are needed to win the Democrat nomination.

Talking Points believes it is all over because - California, New York - those big states are Clinton territory.

Next Tuesday on the GOP side, Arizona, with 58 delegates in a winner take all situation, will vote.

Also, Utah and American Samoa - that's way out in the Pacific Ocean.

After that, other states will be heard from.  But again, right now, a Trump-Clinton race is likely although the Republican situation is not a lock yet.

And that's the memo.