Both Trump and Clinton yesterday campaigned in New York ahead of its April 19 primary which offers a large trove of delegates who will select the parties' nominees at their national conventions in July.
Trump is seeking to rebound in his home state after a decisive loss to his main rival, the ultraconservative Texas Sen Ted Cruz, last Tuesday in Wisconsin.
The billionaire real estate developer remains well short of the 1,237 delegates he needs to clinch the Republican nomination. His campaign is now focusing on developing a delegate-centred strategy akin to the one that Cruz has pursued for months.
"A more traditional approach is needed and Donald Trump recognises that," Paul Manafort, Trump's new delegate chief, said yesterday on NBC's 'Meet the Press'.

Even so, Trump later in the day complained that the systemis 'corrupt' and 'crooked' and said it's unfair that the person who wins the most votes may not be the nominee.
"What they're trying to do is subvert the movement with crooked shenanigans," Trump told a crowd of thousands gathered in a packed airport hangar in Rochester, New York.

"We're supposed to be a democracy," he added.

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