ok saxa you have spammed the thread saying that thats not what it says and to have a clue... please by all means actually contribute and say why you think that...
he did say that if he won nebraska he would reconsider thats what the link says... so cool your jets stop spamming and sit in the corner and sulk since he lost it nearly by nearly 40 points
[-1] May 10, 2016 at 9:06pm
Wow, only candidate in the race and he wins. News at 11.
Drumpf has already said he doesn't want our support so.......
The alternative is Hillary. A 3rd party vote is a vote for Hillary. It is not 1 man. Its all the cabinet changes that will make America better again.
Yes, please accept the olive branch and join the winning team. The more you hang on the sour grape vine, the more you are going to whine (wine).
I will never support Trump, I'm writing in Cruz as my choice.Trump is not a conservative and i can not bring myself to vote for a liberal. If Hillary wins then that's on the Trump supporters that would not support a true conservative.#NeverTrump
 May 10, 2016 at 7:33pm
He didn’t say that. Why don’t you read his quote again and try to get it right.
May 10, 2016 at 7:22pm
Ridiculous to say that if you see a path to victory, you would take it? Sounds pretty sensible to me. He also said he doesn’t see one right now. Not paying attention and making things up are what is ridiculous.
[-3] May 10, 2016 at 6:47pm
Trump is going nowhere without Cruz’s supporters. Please take your brain off hold and get a grip. Trump will need every vote he can get to beat Hillary. That includes, women, Hispanics, blacks, young people, old people, and yes, those God awful Republicans.
[-1] May 10, 2016 at 6:44pm
He didn’t say he was back in. Try to pay attention.
I think you might be right. Although he did admit that Ted was a formidable competitor - maybe that fact could sway Trump to consider it.
Lied about Cruz? Trump must be allowed to be flexible!
[-3] May 10, 2016 at 6:40pm
Yeah, Suspending is not ending. Pay attention. He said he would continue if he sees a path to victory. That only make sense to people who actually think it through. He also said he still does not see the path to victory. That means he is NOT un-suspending his campaign. Try to keep up with what he actually said, not what your emotions try to lie to you about what he said.
He never had a path to victory, he should have folded up shop several primaries ago. He should have just thanked Beck for his downfall and leave it at that.
 May 10, 2016 at 6:35pm
But he extorted what he wanted from Clinton in return for swaying the election.
May 10, 2016 at 6:30pm
It is highly likely he will win Nebraska.
 May 10, 2016 at 6:15pm
When 60% of the Republican electorate don’t vote for you. I wouldn’t say it’s the will of the people. It is the people resigned to the fate. And that 60% will be needed to beat Hillary. Insulting them doesn’t really help the cause nor does it improve your own character.
May 10, 2016 at 6:11pm
Soundly. You are delusional. This is the first year in a long time where my vote in California would count. In prior elections, the primary was over long before this because the candidate already reached 1,237 While he is expected to, Trump hasn’t even done that yet!.
Pull your head out of Trumps rump and get back to reality. Trump will need sound thinking, not knee jerk reaction and braying if he wants to beat Hillary in the general election.
May 10, 2016 at 6:06pm
Put the bong down. Trump has led Clinton in only one national poll ever. In all the other numerous polls, she leads him by double digits. All of those polls were before he became the presumptive nominee. We will see how they change now and how they change after she is indicted. In the latest national PPP poll today Clinton leads Trump by 6.
May 10, 2016 at 6:01pm
They don’t see it. It really brings into question their entire judgement or lack of judgement. And they continue to be blinded to reality. Once more general election polling comes out, Trump himself will become more aware of that need. Humility is a funny thing.
May 10, 2016 at 5:56pm
I think that’s what Ted was saying. If he see a path he would. He doesn’t see one now and he won’t be doing a lot of work to change that. If circumstances change, he might. A very reasonable approach. He also says he doesn’t have to decide who to vote for yet in a general election as their are no actual candidates chosen yet. He is not obligated to endorse anyone. Again, very reasonable. However, if Trump wins the nomination, he has pledged to support (not endorse) the nominee.
Cruz controls a large segment of the Republican vote. It was not smart for Trump to encourage his supporters to alienate that segment of voters. They may find themselves needing them for the general election. Trump has to prove to them that he deserves their vote and insulting them is seldom the best strategy for doing that