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Donald Trump cannot stay within “rigged” Republican nominating process

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By Serge K | April 19, 2016 8:06 pm

Donald Trump cannot stay within “rigged” Republican nominating process and he really fights it. He expects a big victory Tuesday in his home state of New York. Trump has helped push turnouts in primary and caucus contests to new heights in the Republican Party. But the growing number of delegates that are becoming entrenched in Cruz’s camp could provide Trump with significant trouble heading into July’s Republican National Convention.

If Trump is unable to secure the nomination by entering the convention with the requisite 1,237 delegates, it’d be increasingly unlikely that he’ll be able to grow his delegate total after a theoretical first ballot.

Donald Trump cannot stay within "rigged" Republican nominating process

Donald Trump cannot stay within “rigged” Republican nominating process

“Lyin’ Ted Cruz can’t win with the voters so he has to sell himself to the bosses-I am millions of VOTES ahead! Hillary would destroy him & K,” he posted early Monday, referring to Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich.

“Lyin’ Ted Cruz can’t get votes (I am millions ahead of him) so he has to get his delegates from the Republican bosses,” Trump tweeted Sunday. “It won’t work!”

Trump’s effort to collect delegates ahead of the Republican National Convention has been hindered, according to so called experts.

New York GOP strategist Evan Siegfried told, ” I think this shows that if Trump gets the nomination, he’s going to have real problems competing in all 50 states,” he said. “And this is going to make it harder for the Republicans to win not only the White House but maintain control of the House and the Senate in November.”

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