- Tara Setmayer: Trump's gripe about unfair delegate selection magically gone in N.Y., where he won, and GOP establishment rules
- She says he grouses to delegitimize selection system when it doesn't favor him and his campaign is ill-prepared
- Setmayer: How will he deal with upcoming Pennsylvania primary, where 54 out of the 71 delegates are completely unbound?
Tara Setmayer is former communications director for Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-California, and a CNN political commentator. Follow her on Twitter @tarasetmayer. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.
(CNN)Donald Trump's dominant win in New York had been a forgone conclusion for weeks. Trump's home state win marked the first time he'd accumulated over 50% of the primary vote in any state thus far. For such a big win, his victory speech was relatively low key: short, sweet and on message. For Trump, that is.