Local GOPers react to Trump's Super Tuesday wins

Posted at 6:44 PM, Mar 02, 2016

CINCINNATI — Leading up to a solid victory on Super Tuesday’s 12 primaries and caucuses across the country, Donald Trump injected a great deal of energy into his presidential campaign.

But, with Kentucky's GOP presidential caucus coming up on Saturday, and Ohio's primary election just 10 days later, a number of people who spoke with WCPO Wednesday said they’re not sure he’s electable as president, and if he happens to be elected, they’re not sure what kind of president he would be.

WATCH in the video player above to hear reactions from area residents as well as local GOP leaders.

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