Clinton picks up at least 135 of 247 delegates at stake
Cruz mathematically eliminated after Trump's win
Sanders' top adviser says he still has a way to win
Clinton picks up at least 104 of 247 delegates at stake
Republican front-runner Donald Trump easily won New York state's presidential nominating contest on Tuesday, moving closer to capturing enough delegates to win the nomination and avoid a contested convention in July.
The New York City billionaire's big victory in his home state gave him renewed momentum in the Republican race and pushed him closer to the 1,237 delegates needed to win the nomination.
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton also won in New York, which she once represented in the U.S. Senate, blunting the momentum of rival Bernie Sanders and taking a big step toward wrapping up the nomination.
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