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Trump Victory Speech, Closes Out Eastern Seaboard, "Presumptive Nominee"

Republican frontrunner Donald Trump celebrated what seems to be the finishing touches on an unprecedented campaign.  

He called the race a "knockout" and turned his attention to the general elections calling out Hillary Clinton.

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"We will beat Hillary so easily," he said.  "I think Kasich and Cruz have really hurt themselves in their faulty deal."

He laid out his plan to keep businesses operating in the U.S. and to secure the border by building a wall.  

"This was our biggest night," he concluded.

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