After urging supporters in West Virginia not to vote, Donald Trump nonetheless won overwhelming victories in that state and Nebraska on Tuesday, soundly defeating two men who dropped out of the race last week.

As their names remained on the ballots after suspending their campaigns, both Ted Cruz and John Kasich served as a potential protest votes in the primaries. On Tuesday, Cruz even suggested he might reenter the race if Nebraska “changed circumstances,” before clarifying he believed he was done being humiliated for now.

“The reason we suspended the race last week was that with Indiana’s loss I didn’t see a viable path to victory,” said Cruz. “But let’s be clear, we’re not going to win Nebraska today.”

Let’s be clear, he wasn’t going to win Nebraska today.