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American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners

During the Super Tuesday on March 1st, Hillary appeared to be the favorite candidate for the Democrats (Georgia, Virginia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas, Alabama and Massachusetts),  partly thanks to the votes of the minorities. As for the Senator Bernie Sanders, he won four States, supported by the votes of the youth from 17 to 29 years.
For the Republicans, Donald Trump stands out with a victory in seven States, against Marco Rubio and the ultra-conservative Ted Cruz.
After this Super Tuesday, the Republican party fears for its credibility if Trump were to win… while the rest of the world, incredulous, has their eyes on the rise of the real estate mogul during these American primaries.

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  • Hall (USA)
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Hall (USA)
  • Tjeerd Royards (USA)
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Tjeerd Royards (USA)
  • Molina (Nicaragua)
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Molina (Nicaragua)
  • Côté (Canada)
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Côté (Canada)
  • Dilem (Algeria)
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Dilem (Algeria)
  • Lectrr (Belgium), published in De Standaard
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Lectrr (Belgium), published in De Standaard
  • Maarten Wolterink (The Netherlands)
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Maarten Wolterink (The Netherlands)
  • Osama Hajjaj (Jordan)
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Osama Hajjaj (Jordan)
  • Mana Neyestani (Iran), published on Eastonline on March 2nd 2016
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Mana Neyestani (Iran), published on Eastonline on March 2nd 2016
  • Morin (USA), published on the Miami Herald on February 24th 2016
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Morin (USA), published on the Miami Herald on February 24th 2016
  • Danziger (USA), published on the NYTS on March 1st 2016
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Danziger (USA), published on the NYTS on March 1st 2016
  • Chappatte (Switzerland), published on Le Temps on April 17th 2015
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Chappatte (Switzerland), published on Le Temps on April 17th 2015
  • Morin (USA), published on the Miami Herald on February 19th 2016
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Morin (USA), published on the Miami Herald on February 19th 2016
  • Firuz Kutal (Norway)
    American primaries: Hillary Clinton and Trump the “super” winners - Firuz Kutal (Norway)
  • Hall (USA)
  • Tjeerd Royards (USA)
  • Molina (Nicaragua)
  • Côté (Canada)
  • Dilem (Algeria)
  • Lectrr (Belgium), published in De Standaard
  • Maarten Wolterink (The Netherlands)
  • Osama Hajjaj (Jordan)
  • Mana Neyestani (Iran), published on Eastonline on March 2nd 2016
  • Morin (USA), published on the Miami Herald on February 24th 2016
  • Danziger (USA), published on the NYTS on March 1st 2016
  • Chappatte (Switzerland), published on Le Temps on April 17th 2015
  • Morin (USA), published on the Miami Herald on February 19th 2016
  • Firuz Kutal (Norway)