Now that Hillary Clinton for the Democrats and Donald Trump for the Republicans have largely won the Super Tuesday of the primary caucuses, there might be some reason to think that the game is over for all the other contenders, from Bernie Sanders to Ted Cruz. So far, it’s true. Clinton has so many delegates already that Sanders is definitely outnumbered. Trump doesn’t benefit from such a favorable situation like Clinton’s for now, but his electoral dynamic is strong enough that he now seems far ahead.
Furthermore, Trump won big from high voter turnout in States like Vermont or Massachusetts which he was less likely to win. The Clinton-Trump duel has now begun, and the confrontation between the establishment embodied by Clinton – an unusual stance for the Democratic party – and “Silent America” embodied by Trump – the challenger – will be tough. This time, you may not underestimate Trump.