Super (predictable) Tuesday: Trump, Biden sweep early races

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U.S. President Joe Biden and former president Donald Trump began racking up early wins as states across the country held Super Tuesday primary elections, moving them closer to a historic rematch despite a lack of enthusiasm from many voters.

The results could ramp up pressure on Nikki Haley, Trump’s last major rival, to leave the race.

Super Tuesday features elections in 16 states and one territory — from Alaska and California to Vermont and Virginia.

Hundreds of delegates are at stake, the biggest haul of the race for either party.

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Biden and Trump started off the night with projected wins in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Massachusetts.

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