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Donald Trump won’t be stopped says former US Senate candidate

In the wake of big wins on the east coast, Donald Trump “looks like a first ballot” victor after winning big, says Alex Snitker, the former Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate.

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“I think that actually does mean something now,” he says of momentum for Trump heading into Indiana and beyond during the interview with Dispatch Radio.

Snitker discounts the Marco Rubio rumors, connections and possibilities of a Trump-Rubio partnership at this point: “I don’t think he wants to deal with any of that stuff…he really does not like a guy like Trump,” he says and then explains how the neo-conservative Rubio would not be a good for the GOP frontrunner.

Check out the full audio below.

Snitker then switches gears to talk about Ted Cruz picking Carly Fiorina, saying that the move seems a little too late.

“It’s definitely a Hail Mary…and it was a too late of a Hail Mary…It was a Keystone Cops move,” Snitker says.

 

Listen to Brandon and Alex discuss the Democrats and the impact of Bernie Sanders in this video

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