Trump Wins Nevada Caucus
Donald Trump won another state in his effort to become the Republican Party nominee for president.
He earned 46 percent of the vote in the Nevada caucus.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio won 24 percent of the vote, and Texas Senator Ted Cruz came in third with 21 percent.
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson and Ohio Governor John Kasich were far behind.
It is Trump's third win in a row after winning primaries in New Hampshire and South Carolina earlier this month.
Trump said he is now "winning the country," and he will pick up more Republican supporters as his rivals drop out of the race.
The next big test for Trump and the other candidates is March 1. That day is called "Super Tuesday."
More than 10 states will hold primaries and caucuses that day.
By then, the Republican nomination process will be almost one-third over. A candidate needs at least 1,237 delegates in order to earn the party's nomination heading into the election in November.
A poll of voters by CNN showed Trump had supporters across most demographic groups.
Trump said he was happy he was the top vote-getter among Hispanic voters in the caucus. He has support even though he said he wants to build a wall between Mexico and the United States. He said he wants Mexico to pay for it.
Matt Dallek is an assistant professor at George Washington University's Graduate School of Political Management.
He says some important questions emerge after Trump's winning streak.
"Where can he be stopped? Where is he deprived of a victory – or multiple victories – and who will do the stopping?"
The answer will become clearer next week.
I'm Dan Friedell.
1.come in third 排名第三；位列第三
Warren Buffett came in third this year, with a net worth of $47 billion.
2.far behind 与...相差甚远
She has of course left me far behind.
3.in a row 连续地；连着
They dropped two games in a row and were eliminated from the tournament.
4.drop out of 从...中退出
Boys, meanwhile, are more likely to drop out of high school than girls.
1.Trump said he is now "winning the country," and he will pick up more Republican supporters as his rivals drop out of the race.
pick up 捡起；获得
Look around you. Is there something small, like a pen or something that you can pick up?
Where can you pick up your suitcase?
2.A candidate needs at least 1,237 delegates in order to earn the party's nomination heading into the election in November.
head into 朝着；进入
We may be heading into another bubble.
Staff found 175 of the animals hidden in a truck heading into Bangkok.
佛罗里达州参议员马可·鲁比奥（Marco Rubio）赢得了24％的选票，得克萨斯州参议员泰德·克鲁斯（Ted Cruz）以21%的选票排名第三
已退休的神经外科医生本·卡森（Ben Carson）和俄亥俄州州长约翰·卡西奇（John Kasich）的票数则远远落后