Donald Trump may have declared a big victory in New York’s Republican primary Tuesday night, but he managed to lose to Ohio Gov. John Kasich on his home turf of Manhattan. With nearly 100 percent of the votes counted, Trump led in four of the five boroughs with 60.5 percent, while Kasich took 25.1 percent and Cruz trailed with just 14.5 percent. However, Kasich edged out Trump in Manhattan with 45 percent to the businessman’s 43 percent. Trump was firmly ahead in Queens, where he grew up, with 67 percent.
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