Ted Cruz: 'We're Headed to a Contested Convention'


NBC News

Ted Cruz declared definitively on Wednesday that the fight for the Republican presidential nomination is "definitely headed to Cleveland," where, he said, "the people are going to prevail."

"Nobody's getting 1237 [delegates] - Donald knows that. We're headed to a contested convention," Cruz told NBC News while shaking hands after his rally here in a state with 71 delegates up for grabs in next Tuesday's primary.

"The reason why he has so many of his media surrogates repeating the mantra that the race has got to be over now is because he knows he cannot earn a majority of the delegates in Cleveland," Cruz continued, calling Trump "a fringe and marginal candidate."

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