Donald Trump is telling supporters at his final rally ahead of Indiana’s primary that if he wins the contest Tuesday, the Republican nomination in his.
“If we win in Indiana, it’s over with, folks,” Trump is telling thousands of cheering supporters at a rally in South Bend.
Trump has been making the case over the last few days that a win in the state should signal an end to rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich. Both men are trying to stop Trump from winning a majority of delegates, which would force a contested convention.
But Trump says he’s eager to move forward to a one-on-one match with Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.
“That’s going to be fun,” he says.
Trump is hoping a decisive win Tuesday in Indiana will establish him as the GOP’s inevitable presidential candidate.