Gaining momentum on Super Tuesday, Clinton takes aim at Trump

U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton arrives at her Super Tuesday primary night party in Miami FloridaBy Luciana Lopez and John Whitesides WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Gathering speed toward winning the Democratic presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton did not wait long after a streak of wins on Super Tuesday to gird for battle with Republican front-runner Donald Trump. The former first lady won 7 of 11 states up for grabs on Tuesday, sweeping the South and creating more distance between her and rival Bernie Sanders in the race to represent the Democratic Party at the Nov. 8 election for the White House. The wins, which include the heavily populated state of Texas, mean she can turn an eye toward billionaire reality TV star Trump, who also won heavily on Tuesday.

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