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By Steve Holland and James Oliphant MANCHESTER, N.H. (Reuters) - Riding a wave of voter anger at traditional politicians, billionaire Donald Trump won New Hampshire's Republican presidential nominating contest on Tuesday and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont won the Democratic primary. The results, though decisive, did little to clear up confusion about who would emerge as the establishment contender to Trump on the Republican side, and there were signs that the campaign of Sanders' rival, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, was defensive about her future prospects. Trump's win solidifies his front-runner status in the race to be the party's White House nominee for the Nov. 8 election.
The Latest developments from the 2016 presidential campaign, with the focus Tuesday on the New Hampshire primary (all times local): 9:15 p.m. The fight goes on for Hillary Clinton. Even after losing to ...
NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Donald Trump nailed down a decisive first victory in New Hampshire's presidential primary Tuesday, showing his unorthodox campaign can translate the large crowds at his rambunctious rallies into the votes that determine delegates. His Republican rivals battled for second place, looking to break from the pack and ensure the survival of their campaigns.