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"Pass the Scotch": Pundits, celebs weigh in on Donald Trump's "yuuge" Super Tuesday victory

Here's what the pundits are saying about Donald Trump's bg win

Michael Garofalo
March 2, 2016 9:09AM (UTC)

Donald Trump is out to a strong start on Super Tuesday, with six states called for the New York businessman so far.

No one was more unhappy with Trump's victories than conservative pundit Bill Kristol:

Later, Florida Governor Rick Scott announced his endorsement of Trump, throwing Kristol further into despondency:


At Trump's victory press conference, Chris Christie's puzzling, unenthusiastic introduction and body language drew scrutiny:

The night's other big winner (at least according to Ted Cruz) is Ted Cruz, who locked up victories in Texas and Oklahoma:

Meanwhile, Marco Rubio might still win in Minnesota, but the only person still buying into #Marcomentum seems to be Marco Rubio:

And Ben Carson says he's not dropping out, for whatever that's worth:

Results from Minnesota, Vermont and Alaska are still to come. Stay tuned for updates.

Michael Garofalo

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2016 Primary Ben Carson Bill Kristol Donald Trump Marco Rubio Punditry Pundits Super Tuesday Ted Cruz


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