After Super Tuesday wins, tough guy Trump taunts the GOP: Republican front-runner seeks revenge against 'Little Marco Rubio' by humiliating him in his home state of Florida on March 15, writes Chemi Shalev.
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The lights all went out for Sanders in Massachusetts: Bernie Sanders had a reasonably good Super Tuesday, writes Chemi Shalev. He lost seven states to Hillary Clinton but won four states of his own, more than was expected. But he didn’t take Massachusetts, probably because of the state’s Jews, for whom the Jewish Vermont Senator may be a tad too radical.
Gaining momentum, Clinton takes aim at Trump: Gathering speed toward winning the Democratic presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton doesn't wait long after a streak of wins on Super Tuesday to gird for battle with Republican front-runner Donald Trump, says Reuters.