A salesclerk stands in front of flat-panel TVs showing Republican's front-runner candidate Donald Trump in a news program on the U.S. presidential election’s Super Tuesday at an electronics store in Tokyo, Wednesday, March 2, 2016. After the Super Tuesday primaries and caucuses in a dozen states, Trump and Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton had tightened their grasp on their party’s presidential nominations.
A salesclerk stands in front of flat-panel TVs showing Republican's front-runner candidate Donald Trump in a news program on the U.S. presidential election’s Super Tuesday at an electronics store in Tokyo, Wednesday, March 2, 2016. After the Super Tuesday primaries and caucuses in a dozen states, Trump and Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton had tightened their grasp on their party’s presidential nominations. Shizuo Kambayashi AP
A salesclerk stands in front of flat-panel TVs showing Republican's front-runner candidate Donald Trump in a news program on the U.S. presidential election’s Super Tuesday at an electronics store in Tokyo, Wednesday, March 2, 2016. After the Super Tuesday primaries and caucuses in a dozen states, Trump and Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton had tightened their grasp on their party’s presidential nominations. Shizuo Kambayashi AP