After last night's round of primaries, Donald Trump is openly considering himself the nominee, even though he has to win around two thirds of the remaining delegates in order to clinch the nomination before the RNC in August. John Kasich and Ted Cruz may have no intention of dropping out (though Kasich, at least, is mathematically eliminated from contention, neading more than 80% of the remaining delegates to make a go of it), but Donald Trump is more than ready for his coronation, and he stand ready to demand it.
This morning, Trump called for Cruz to drop out - not happening - as John Boehner suggested a brokered or contested convention could result in a Paul Ryan nomination. And although there's one Fox News debate left to go in the primary cycle, Trump doesn't plan on attending. He'll speak to AIPAC instead.