Delegate would prefer Cruz not endorse Trump

Ted Cruz just as Trump's plane flew overhead.

His supporters clung to hope that that the convention would adopt rules that would free delegates to disregard the results of state contests and swing behind Cruz at the 11th hour. "These votes had nothing to do with Trump", he said.

"He's got a message that resonated with Donald Trump's message, that government is broken, and bureaucrats only care about themselves and the American people are on a downward slide", he said.

A prominent Donald Trump delegate from New Hampshire says Hillary Clinton should be "put in the firing line and shot for treason", over the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans. "Cruz has to say when he speaks to the convention".

In a quip that could be read as being in bad taste, given threat of violence in Cleveland, Mr Farage said he was "disappointed" that the protests around the convention hall had not been as big as promised. "2020!" in the expectation Cruz will run again. The campaign issued a statement from Trump Organization staffer Meredith McIver, who apologized for writing passages into the address taken from a speech at the 2008 Democratic National Convention by Michelle Obama.

A Cruz adviser said the speech, which he wrote himself, would be optimistic and about the path forward.

Staunch Republicans were booing Trump's nomination at a thank you rally for Sen.

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But the question hanging over the address is whether Cruz will formally back the GOP nominee. Cruz would finally endorse his party's standard bearer.

Not that Trump didn't match Cruz's scorn. Christie joked that Cruz was "kissing Donald's rear" during the first part of the campaign. "I don't know if that happens in this election cycle or not".

"I'm not sure", Trump Jr. said. "I've been a little preoccupied with my own stuff at the convention". So far when the duo has appeared together, Trump has done most of the talking, first at their initial joint campaign appearance and then on a "60 Minutes" interview.

His challenge: Remaining well-liked in a GOP that, at least for now, is under the control of a man Cruz has indicated that he does not respect.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, leaves the Republican policy luncheon on Capitol Hill in Washington on June 28, 2016.

"The Alabama delegation is getting along great", Sorrell said.

Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort said Wednesday the campaign believes Texas Sen. "Cruz is going to talk about his vision for America, campaign - themes that he's talked about in the campaign", Manafort said at his daily briefing in Cleveland. "I think he'll that he'll talk about Hillary Clinton and the failures and how America can not afford to have Hillary Clinton (as) president. And I think he'll say something that'll - he'll give a sign on where he is on Trump that'll be pleasing to the Trump campaign and Republicans". Please see our terms of service for more information. He earned grudging respect from the establishment for his wily political talent.

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Cruz is eager to be seen as the face of the modern conservative movement should Trump lose in November and create an open GOP field in four years.

Trump campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks says Trump and his campaign don't agree with Baldasaro's remarks.

His wife, Melania Trump, wasn't with him.

But power has risks, as Cruz World has been reminded this week.

Minor was heavily involved in failed efforts this week to put Cruz into nomination.

The senator laughed and said wryly: "That was pretty well-orchestrated".

"We have a nominee and people are looking to find ways to be supportive", Roe said. In fact, Cruz still hasn't endorsed him.

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"It's the candidate that gets the most votes wins". As for Trump, Patrick called the nominee - who won 48 delegates in the March primary - "our new friend, our latest, adopted favorite son". "People are going to have their own timetable and their own way of adjusting to that reality". "And I think it's easy to change his mind".

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