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Tierney Sneed

Tierney Sneed is a reporter for Talking Points Memo. She previously worked for U.S. News and World Report. She grew up in Florida and attended Georgetown University.

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Donald Trump is projected to win the Michigan GOP primary Tuesday, disappointing Trump foes who had hoped that either John Kasich or Ted Cruz could pull an upset.

His victory was called by MSNBC and Fox News at 9 p.m. EST, when the final polls closed in the state..

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Donald Trump is projected to win the Mississippi GOP primary Tuesday, fending off the challenge from Ted Cruz. His victory is a blow to the Stop Trump efforts that were hoping Cruz’s regional appeal would be enough to block Trump there.

Trump’s victory was called by the networks at about 8:30 p.m. EST, 30 minutes after the polls closed.

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The networks and the Associated Press characterized the Republican Mississippi primary as too early to call when polls closed at 8 p.m. ET.

Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are engaged in a two-man race, according to the AP.

Exit polling showed John Kasich and Marco Rubio trailing far behind in the state.

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Hillary Clinton is projected to win the Mississippi primary, building on the momentum she earned winning contests in other Southern states.

Her defeat of Bernie Sanders was called at 8 p.m. EST by the networks.

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Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX), the No. 2 Republican in the Senate, said Monday that President Obama's yet-to-be-named Supreme Court nominee would be like a "piñata."

"I think they will bear some resemblance to a piñata," Cornyn told reporters on Capitol Hill, according to CNN.

"What I don't understand is how someone who actually wants to be confirmed to the Supreme Court would actually allow themselves to be used by the administration in a political fight that's going to last from now until the end of the year," Cornyn continued.

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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) refused to say at Thursday GOP's debate whether he believed a gay couple should be able to adopt, and instead, passed the issue on to the states.

"Well, listen, adoption is decided at the state level and I am a believer in the 10th Amendment in the Constitution. I would leave the question of marriage to the states, I would leave the question of adoption to the states," he said.

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