'It's Nice to Win the Delegates With the Votes': Trump Wins NY GOP Primary

'We Can Do Great Things if We Do Them Together': Hillary Wins NY Dem Primary

Donald Trump's convention manager expressed confidence on "Hannity" that there won't be a second ballot at the Republican National Convention in July.

Responding to a question about courting delegates, Paul Manafort said: "There's not gonna be a second ballot, so there's not an issue."

Manafort said the campaign has "several ways" to get to the required 1,237 delegate majority by "early June."

"And today was a giant step forward. We think we're gonna have another great week next week. But more importantly, you saw record turnout today in New York, and a record turnout in a primary that everyone knew Donald Trump was going to win."

Watch the interview above.

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