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After Nevada, is Trump the inevitable nominee?




Guests wait for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to speak at a campaign rally at Burlington Memorial Auditorium on October 21, 2015 in Burlington, Iowa.
Guests wait for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to speak at a campaign rally at Burlington Memorial Auditorium on October 21, 2015 in Burlington, Iowa.
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Republican frontrunner Donald Trump prevailed last night in Nevada.

The candidate's commanding victory in the GOP caucus earned him 14 delegates, bringing his current total to 81.

All eyes now are on Super Tuesday, when a big chunk of the delegates necessary to win the nomination will be doled out. So far it's looking pretty good for Trump.

Reid Wilson, a chief political correspondent for Morning Consult, writes that "Trump is all but certain to emerge from the delegate-heavy March 1 contests with a huge, perhaps insurmountable lead."

To hear the full interview with Reid Wilson, click the link above.