Presidential hopefuls Cruz, Sanders look to New York

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Cruz speaks during a campaign stop at the Sabrosura restaurant in the Bronx borough of New York CityBy Steve Holland MILWAUKEE (Reuters) – Decisive wins in Wisconsin boosted U.S. presidential hopefuls Republican Ted Cruz and Democrat Bernie Sanders as they chase the front-runners, building momentum as they gear up for the crucial New York primary in two weeks. Seeking to fend them off, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton will now look to recalibrate their campaigns and secure victories in a state that both call home and where they could effectively wind up the primary process if they win with large margins. Trump will be called on to demonstrate that he can absorb the shock of a loss and bounce back against Cruz.

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