There is a growing concern that the nominee to the lead the Republican party in the presidential election will be chosen at the GOP convention later this summer. Those concerns are the direct result of Kasich remaining in the race even though he has no statistical possibility of picking up enough delegates to become the nominee. If Kasich continues to siphon off delegates, he could potentially keep Donald Trump and Ted Cruz from gaining the 1,237 delegates needed.
Trump did not hold back on Wednesday in telling what he thinks would happen if the will of the people was taken away and replaced by the establishment’s personal preferences. “I think you’d have riots,” Trump said. “I think you’d have riots. I’m representing a tremendous many, many millions of people.”
Ted Cruz also had a strong prediction for the future of the GOP if the nominee was chosen at the convention. “I think that would be an absolute disaster,” he said. “I think the people would quite rightly revolt.
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