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- MAGA teen gets ‘Today Show’ interview—and people are pissed Tuesday 3:38 PM
- Family says hacker sent fake North Korean missile warning through Nest camera Tuesday 2:42 PM
- This Arizona bill would tax internet porn to fund a border wall Tuesday 2:41 PM
- This meme is asking people how they draw the letter X Tuesday 1:18 PM
- Charlie Kirk’s love of U.S. healthcare system put to the test after back problems Tuesday 1:12 PM
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- The YouTuber who taught a dog to give the Nazi salute on command can’t find a job Tuesday 12:24 PM
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- Did this d*ck-drawing Instagram star steal her gag from a rival runner? Tuesday 12:00 PM
- Rep. Steve King, best known for his racism, tweets a fake MLK quote Tuesday 11:54 AM
- Facebook is helping husbands ‘brainwash’ their wives with targeted ads Tuesday 11:35 AM
- Twitch streamer Pink_Sparkles responds to gamers who don’t think she belongs Tuesday 11:29 AM
Another one bites the dust.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich will end his Republican presidential bid on Wednesday.
Donald Trump, who built on his delegate lead Tuesday thanks to a resounding victory in Indiana, is now the only Republican candidate for president left in the race. The much-hyped hypothetical battle for delegates at the Republican convention is now a moot point. Trump will be the party’s official nominee.
Kasich’s departure from the race came two hours after a tweet he sent signaling that his fight would continue.
Even on Tuesday night, right after Trump took all of Indiana’s 57 delegates, Kasich’s campaign said it would endure.
“Our strategy has been and continues to be one that involves winning the nomination at an open convention,” a Kasich spokesperson told reporters.
In the next 24 hours, minds were changed and the last potential challenge to Trump’s Republican victory disappeared.
Up next: A six-month political battle between Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and Trump. Strap yourselves in.
Patrick Howell O'Neill is a notable cybersecurity reporter whose work has focused on the dark net, national security, and law enforcement. A former senior writer at the Daily Dot, O'Neill joined CyberScoop in October 2016. I am a cybersecurity journalist at CyberScoop. I cover the security industry, national security and law enforcement.