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Trump recognizes former Yankee Paul O’Neill in attendance

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Donald Trump is trying to become the new President of the United States. As he gets endorsements from politicians and athletes alike, he had former New York Yankee Paul O’Neill at his Florida headquarters on Tuesday evening.

Trump won the Mississippi and Michigan primaries on Tuesday night. O’Neil was present in Florida as a supporter of Trump.

Donald Trump and Paul O'Neill (Getty Images)

Donald Trump and Paul O’Neill (Getty Images)

“Paul O’Neill, the former Yankee, is at this Trump press conference,” Washington Post‘s Ben Terris wrote on Twitter. “He is a big Trump supporter he says.”

During his speech after winning the two primaries, Trump gave O’Neill a shout out on national television. He said, “I love you! Thank You!” to O’Neill.

“Stand up, Paul! You originally come from Ohio, right? Oh, wow. Paul O’Neill of the Yankees,” Trump said. “Paul, you come from Ohio? Do you endorse me? I love you!”

Trump, as he continues to roll over Ted Cruz, he’s likely going to win the GOP nomination. It appears it may be Trump vs. Hillary Clinton for the presidential bid in the coming months.

Trump is the Republican front-runner and claims to make America Great Again. He’s won more Republican primaries than any other candidate. With his money, along with the money of his supporters, it’s going to be impossible for anyone to defeat him in the coming months.

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