Republican Senator Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton have won New York primary for the US Presidential nominations. Manhattan billionaire Trump has won a big victory in the Republican primary in his home state of New York, bolstering his bid to clinch the party's presidential nomination.
The Empire State Building, one of New York's most iconic landmarks, was lit up in red, the Republican party's color, after the networks called Trump's victory. Mr. Trump fended off challenges from Governor John Kasich of Ohio and Senator Ted Cruz of

Texas. The victory was a crucial one for Mr. Trump, who has seen his delegate lead slip away at state conventions across the country in recent weeks.
Hillary Clinton has won New York’s Democratic primary, snapping Senator Bernie Sanders’s winning streak and taking an important step toward clinching the nomination. The loss puts Mr. Sanders on the defensive, facing an even larger deficit as he scrambles for delegates.
The race will quickly move to next Tuesday when five states hold primary contests that could prove crucial.

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