charleston - Bernie Sanders on Tuesday (local time) won the Democratic primary in West Virginia. After 88 percent of the votes counted, showed that 51.3 percent of voters had opted for Sanders. Hillary Clinton got 36.1 percent of the electorate behind him.
For Sanders earnings a boost, although Clinton managed to get so far significantly more delegates behind. The senator from Vermont called the elections in response,, a tough struggle ', but remains optimistic.,, We could end up with a majority of the delegates to end. If that happens, I think you now look at the Democratic presidential candidate. ''
Donald Trump, the only remaining Republican candidate, went in the same US state with the profits away. Nebraska residents also went to the polls for the Republican primaries. In which the profit is very likely to Trump. Although the Republican is the only candidate, he still has 1237 delegates needed to be elected as presidential candidate at the convention at once.
Trump sees Republican Paul Ryan, chairman of the US House of Representatives, like the chairman of the convention. Ryan said earlier there not to be ready to support Trump as a presidential candidate of his party. He wants the billionaire first stop his intimidating behavior and convincing conservative before he will support him as a presidential candidate.