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    Republicans holding onto the dream of a last-minute, dark horse presidential nominee like House Speaker Paul Ryan or Mitt Romney may as well wake-up now — McClatchy Political Editor Steve "Buzz" Thomma and Monty Python explain why a little-known “eight-state” rule has essentially locked the nomination in for Donald Trump.

Republicans holding onto the dream of a last-minute, dark horse presidential nominee like House Speaker Paul Ryan or Mitt Romney may as well wake-up now — McClatchy Political Editor Steve "Buzz" Thomma and Monty Python explain why a little-known “eight-state” rule has essentially locked the nomination in for Donald Trump. Natalie Fertig McClatchy
Republicans holding onto the dream of a last-minute, dark horse presidential nominee like House Speaker Paul Ryan or Mitt Romney may as well wake-up now — McClatchy Political Editor Steve "Buzz" Thomma and Monty Python explain why a little-known “eight-state” rule has essentially locked the nomination in for Donald Trump. Natalie Fertig McClatchy

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