“Donald Trump’s Republican rivals are seeking to make a stand against him in the Nevada caucuses on Tuesday, their last chance to slow his momentum before a dozen states vote on the party’s presidential nomination next week,” the New York Times reports.
“But it may be difficult to stop Mr. Trump in Nevada, where he has enjoyed a high profile because of his business dealings in Las Vegas and where only a small number of voters have typically participated in the caucuses.”
Politico: “Nevada is Donald Trump’s to lose. That, you can take to the bank. But variables that will crystallize the state of the race heading into next week’s Super Tuesday contests — the size of Trump’s expected win and the race for second place between Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz — remain wild cards here as Republicans head out to caucus on Tuesday.”Save to Favorites