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many things have been happening over the last short period of time emboldened by Tuesday sweeping primary wins in four out of five days Donald Trump on Wednesday issuing a dark warning to his party not to try and denying him the twenty sixteen nomination if he doesn't have enough delegates by the party's convention trump telling CNN I don't think you can say that we don't get it automatically I think you'd have riots I am representing many many millions of people , the comments coming at the GOP move closer to a possible brokered convention this after Ohio governor John case pick one is home , official delegate Reuters correspondent Jim all fun says case nickname Texas senator Ted Cruz plan to chase prompt through the rest of the campaign what we have now the Freeman contest government after Marco Rubio dropped out last night with a thick and crews working not together but I on their own track , trump does one thousand two hundred thirty seven delegates any sport a hammer lock on the nomination trump on Wednesday also triggering the cancellation of the GOP debate on fox news by refusing to show up Caitlyn quickly saying he'd bow out as well if the race does come to an open convention it could mean even to rufioh might have a role in the outcome well why didn't you repetitive campaign he didn't drop out that means a hundred sixty or so delicately has are still bound enhanced because review still controlled that the fate of the delegates he could do you could play the role of a broker at the Republican convention in Cleveland you know wheeling and dealing in any , political , all dishes divisions deepen Wednesday over whether to fall in line behind trump or try to stop it March Florida governor Rick Scott called for his fellow Republicans to support trump walked out Carolina governor Nikki Haley who had backed Rubio threw her support behind Cruz