Right now, a pretty reasonable projection of the coming primaries gets Donald Trump really, really close to 1237 delegates. But I think that understates what's going to happen. New York State did part of it. But the five states last week simply took the wind out of the anti-Trump forces. Once it's obvious it's over it's really hard to keep people motivated to keep fighting. People also want to back a winner. Eventually the desire to back a winner begins to overcome that will to fight.
That's what Indiana is showing us. This was a tailor-made state for Ted Cruz. But he got crushed. Some of that is because everyone hates Ted Cruz. The bigger factor is that people are simply done. Trump's the nominee. They're tired of dragging it out. Expect that trend to build in the final states. They'll all be blow outs.