Trump looks set for big U.S. campaign wins on Tuesday

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at the Savannah Center in CincinnatiBy Amanda Becker NORTH MARION, Ohio (Reuters) – Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump faced a last day of campaigning on Monday before a crucial round of nominating contests including in Florida and Ohio, where establishment Republicans worked to trip him up. Trump supporters and protesters have clashed at his rallies in recent days, fueling accusations that the New York billionaire has created an ugly atmosphere with his campaign invective against groups such as Mexican immigrants and Muslims, and his rough tone toward hecklers. Trump, who has rejected accusations he is to blame for the tensions, has emerged from the early nominating contests with a clear lead in the number of delegates needed to win the party nomination for the Nov. 8 election.

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