Donald Trump Wins Oregon GOP Primary, AP Reports

Trump is still short of the 1,237 delegates he needs to secure the nomination.

ByABC News
May 17, 2016, 11:11 PM

— -- Donald Trump has won the Oregon GOP Primary, according to the Associated Press.

Although all of Trump's GOP opponents have been vanquished, he has yet to cross the delegate threshold to clinch the Republican presidential nomination.

Even if Trump takes home all 28 of Oregon's delegates, he still does not have enough to clinch the GOP Presidential Nomination. ABC News estimates the presumptive Republican nominee to have had 1,143 before tonight's primary, but he needs 1,237 delegates to secure the nomination.

All voting in Oregon is done by mail. Voters had until 11 p.m. ET to turn in their ballots.

In an interview with Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, Trump said said he became more comfortable with the idea of being president after the first Republican debate, the same event that launched their eight-month feud.

When asked if he had any regrets, Trump told Kelly that he doesn't think his campaign would have been successful if he hadn't "fought back the way I fought back."

Trump also responded frankly when Kelly asked if the campaign would have "all been for nothing" if he does not become president.

"If I don't win, I will consider it to be a total and complete waste of time and energy," the GOP frontrunner said.

Kelly and Trumped ended their back-and-forth feud on April 13 during an hour-long meeting in Trump's office at Trump Tower in New York.

Late Tuesday, the Republican National Committee and Trump announcement that they would establish two joint fundraising committees. Trump Victory will be a joint fundraising committee between the RNC, Trump and the State Republican parties in Arkansas, Connecticut, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Wyoming. An individual can donate a maximum of $449,400 to Trump Victory.

The Trump Make America Great Again Committee is a joint fundraising committee between the RNC and Trump.