US election: Feud erupts as Trump accuses Cruz of ’stealing’ Iowa caucus Photo: A feud has erupted between Donald Trump (L) and Ted Cruz over the Iowa caucus. Trump accuses Cruz of
Feb 07, 2016 · The media for six months come Trump, Trump, Trump, Trump, Trump. The night after Iowa, Howie, all three cable networks show Trump live for a half hour in New Hampshire. It’s all Trump all the time.
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Donald Trump left Glenn Beck with egg on his face Tuesday night during a Nevada Republican caucus when he crashed a speech the talk radio host was giving in support of rival Ted Cruz. The GOP front-runner walked into the gymnasium at Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas while Beck was singing Cruz’s praises.
Trump’s and Cruz’s feud goes back to Iowa, a state Cruz won. Days after the Republican caucuses there earlier this month, Trump accused Cruz of ”stealing” his victory and suggested that the
ACOSTA: ”Based on the fraud committed by Senator Ted Cruz during the Iowa caucus,” Trump tweeted, ”either a new election should take place or Cruz’s results nullified.” Cruz fired back. ”Bernie Sanders is contesting Iowa results,” he tweeted.
The short-lived feud sprung up after allegations that Cruz’s campaign spread rumors among caucus-goers that Carson had dropped out of the race. This week, Trump also accused Cruz of “stealing
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On February 3, 2016, Donald Trump posted several tweets accusing Cruz of stealing the Iowa caucuses. When asked on Boston Herald Radio if he would sue Cruz during an interview, Trump said, “I probably will; what he did is unthinkable.
Trump ”tapped into a deep well of anxiety among Republicans and independents in New Hampshire, according to exit polling data”, running strongest among voters who feared ”illegal immigrants, incipient economic turmoil and the threat of a terrorist attack in the United States”. Trump commented that in the run-up to the primary, his campaign had …