Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz looks ahead to Indiana, the next Republican primary, after his losses to front-runner Donald Trump in several states. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Donald Trump extended his lead in the Republican presidential race on Tuesday by winning primaries in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Connecticut, edging closer to seizing the party's nomination in a fresh blow to rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich. Trump, who has gained momentum after losing the Wisconsin primary to Cruz on April 5, was also expected to win the other two Northeastern states that voted, Rhode Island and Delaware. Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton scored a victory over challenger Bernie Sanders in Maryland and was expected to sweep the other four states as well. Cruz was already looking ahead to Indiana's Republican primary contest on May 3. "I got good news for you: Tonight, this campaign moves back to more favorable terrain," the U.S. senator from Texas said in Knightstown, Indiana, inside the high school gymnasium made famous by the underdog movie, "Hoosiers."