Republican presidential candidates John Kasich and Ted Cruz announced today that their campaigns would coordinate to keep party frontrunner Donald Trump from securing the necessary votes to win the nomination. A look at the agreement’s fine print indicates there is more than meets the eye.
Gov. Chris Christie doesn’t have any plans to campaign with Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump in neighboring New York in the coming days. The New Jersey governor brushed off a question about stumping for Trump during a press conference in Atlantic City on Wednesday.
Donald Trump hasn’t put California über alles—focusing instead on his home state of New York—a move that could spell trouble for the Republican front-runner in June, when 172 delegates from the Golden State come up for grabs in the Republican presidential primary.
Sen. Mike Lee backs Cruz, who is known for antagonizing other senators: “Ted doesn’t believe you have to settle, Ted doesn’t believe you should settle.”
The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office also said it was investigating why officers arrested the protester but not the man who punched him in the face.
A raft of new polls in the past few days show Donald Trump remaining on track for big victories in next week’s big-state contests.
Relying on a second-rate imitation of his main rival all while allowing Trump to drag his political career through the mud won’t win Rubio much else besides a highly-anticipated concession speech.
Peña Nieto says Trump taking advantage of fear after an economic crisis: “That’s how Mussolini got in, that’s how Hitler got in.”
Comments are the clearest sign yet that ruling politicians in Europe are increasingly worried about the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.
“I think it’s time that he dropped out of the race,” Trump said of Rubio after the contests. “I want Ted one on one.”
The 66-year-old Olympic gold medalist turned television personality said she admired Cruz, would like to advise him on questions relating to her community.
However, he will likely not gain a majority of delegates against a field that is still working to take him down — but he could still gain some public boost.