Early on in the 2016 presidential election when more than a dozen GOP candidates were in the race for the White House, nationally syndicated Salem radio host Hugh Hewitt predicted a nominee wouldn't be crowned during the primary process, but instead at an open convention.
Tonight, with Trump's win in Florida and Kasich's win in Ohio, math makes it impossible for the remaining three candidates to secure the 1237 delegates needed to be crowned the nominee. The Republican Party is headed to an open convention in Cleveland.
Thanks Katie. Yes I did, and yes I am. I I will be very humble about that. Yours, NostrHUGHdamus https://t.co/50lc7SW9K8— Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) March 16, 2016
Well done, Mr. Hewitt.
The GOP convention will take place in Cleveland July 18-21.