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Charles Krauthammer said that Donald Trump is on track for a "dramatic win" on Super Tuesday even if he doesn't win outright in one or two states.

He said that efforts by major Republican donors and leaders to halt Trump's progress are simply coming too late.

"It isn't as if it's impossible, but the math is completely in Trump's favor," Krauthammer explained.

"It's going to take a major event, a meltdown by Trump," Krauthammer said.

He said that if the controversy surrounding Trump's failure to aggressively disavow David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan did not stop the GOP front-runner's rise, then it's likely that nothing will.

"It's going to have to be, again, the consolidation behind one candidate," Krauthammer said. "And thus far - it's pretty early in the night - it looks as if [Ted] Cruz is going to have enough to live another day."

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