Sanders will win Indiana Democratic primary

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BREAKING: Bernie Sanders will win the Indiana Democratic primary, according to a CNN projection.

Previously:

Bernie Sanders hopes to upset national front-runner Hillary Clinton in Indiana. But even if he ends up on top, he is unlikely to cut deeply into her large delegate lead that has her on track for the nomination.

Trump’s dramatic victory caps a day of extraordinary developments in the Republican race.

Cruz, facing the prospect of an Indiana defeat, snapped after weeks of personal attacks from Trump that included fresh insinuations that his father was associated with Lee Harvey Oswald.

“I’m going to tell you what I really think of Donald Trump,” he told reporters at a morning news conference.

Cruz blasted Trump as a “pathological liar,” “utterly amoral,” “a narcissist at a level I don’t think this country’s ever seen” and “a serial philanderer.”

He unleashed his full arsenal of insults in his attack on Trump.

“He is proud of being a serial philanderer … he describes his own battles with venereal diseases as his own personal Vietnam,” Cruz said, citing a decades-old Trump appearance on “The Howard Stern Show.”

“This man is a pathological liar, he doesn’t know the difference between truth and lies … in a pattern that is straight out of a psychology textbook, he accuses everyone of lying,” Cruz said as Indiana voters headed to cast their ballots. “Whatever lie he’s telling, at that minute he believes it … the man is utterly immoral,” Cruz said.

Trump hit back in a statement blasting Cruz as a “desperate candidate trying to save his failing campaign.”

“It is no surprise he has resorted to his usual tactics of over-the-top rhetoric that nobody believes,” Trump said. “Over the last week, I have watched Lyin’ Ted become more and more unhinged as he is unable to react under the pressure and stress of losing, in all cases by landslides, the last six primary elections — in fact, coming in last place in all but one of them.

Trump added: “Today’s ridiculous outburst only proves what I have been saying for a long time, that Ted Cruz does not have the temperament to be President of the United States.”