BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Now that he's clinched his party's nomination for president, Donald Trump is able to take jabs at Hillary Clinton for not being able to "close the deal," as Trump puts it.
Trump spoke today in North Dakota, hours after an Associated Press count confirmed that he has the support of enough GOP delegates to win the nomination without a fight.
He told reporters that he has "tremendous support from almost everybody."
The AP confirmed that Trump hit the 1,237 delegate majority after a nationwide survey of unbound delegates.
The unbound delegates who are supporting Trump include the Republican party chairwoman in Oklahoma. Pam Pollard says Trump has "touched a part of our electorate that doesn't like where our country is." And she says she has "no problem" supporting him.