Now that the New York Presidential Primary is over with its predictable result, it is time to make an assessment on who will be the next President of the United States.
The Primary election cycle has been a sickening display of the worst of American politics and the democratic process. It has been short on substantive discussion and too long on character assassination. Usually, I find these elections entertaining but of late I do not see much amusement. It is frankly hard to watch and instead of turning the page to read more, I fold up the paper. (Yes, I actually read real newspapers.
So, who has the best chance to be the next President in order of the last five candidates still running?