Donald Trump stormed to victory in the Indiana primary Tuesday, chasing Ted Cruz from the race and virtually locking down the Republican presidential nomination despite the strong misgivings of many in the party who fear a November rout.
“It's over,” GOP strategist Curt Anderson said even before Cruz formally ended his campaign. “Done. Finished.”
Cruz acknowledged as much less than two hours after Indiana polls closed, as Trump seized a big lead he never relinquished.
Joined onstage by his family at a vintage railway station in downtown Indianapolis, with many of his top aides in the crowd, a downcast Cruz announced he would not fight the...