After losing to Cruz in Colorado, Trump has had enough with the system. Check it out.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, campaigning in New York, said the primary election system is corrupt.
“I watch Bernie,” he said Sunday, in reference to Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) who has won eight of the last nine state primaries and caucuses. “He wins, he wins, he keeps winning, winning and winning and then I see he’s got no chance. They always say he’s got no chance. Why doesn’t he have a chance? Because the system is corrupt, and it’s worse on the Republican side.”
Trump added he has received more votes than Republican challenger Sen. [score]Ted Cruz[/score] (R-TX), R-Texas, including those from registered Democrats and those who never voted. He pointed out that although he won the Louisiana primary, he could still garner fewer delegates to the Republican National Convention because Cruz will likely receive delegates left behind after Sen. [score]Marco Rubio[/score] (R-FL), R-Fla., suspended his campaign, as well as Louisiana delegates going to the convention with no commitment to a candidate.