It’s been one year since Donald Trump enters the race for President

Trump is the presumptive GOP nominee of a party that's divided

(CNN) – Donald Trump’s political entrance June 16, 2015 answered one mystery.

John Berman, CNN said, “Will he run for president?

And started countless more, such as, “How could a candidate who said things like this?”

Donald Trump, (R) Presumptive Nominee, “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.”

Make it anywhere in the race except late night laughs? Now, Trump has the last laugh.

Donald Trump: “I came down those escalators, and who knew this was going to happen?”

CNN’s estimate shows Trump with nearly 1000 more delegates than any other Republican. A big victory, yet the GOP doesn’t know what to do with it.

Former rival John Kasich hasn’t endorsed the likely nominee.  Gov. John Kasich (R) Former Presidential Candidate said, “I’m not making a final decision yet, but at this point, I just can’t do it.”

Speaker Paul Ryan, who endorsed Trump after a long public wait, is still having to answer whether he will take back the endorsement. Ryan says he doesn’t anticipate doing so. He also stated, “He’s a different kind of candidate. This is a different type of year.”

Donald Trump: “This is too tough to do it alone. But you know what? I think I’m going to be forced too.”

A CBS News poll shows Hillary Clinton leading Trump 43 percent to 37 percent. Voters said Clinton was ready for the job, Trump got points for saying what he believes.

One year of speaking his mind is now faced with speaking for his party.

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