FIRST AIRED: May 23, 2017

Nice work! Enjoy the show!


You’re busy. We get it.

Stay on top of the news with our Editor’s Picks newsletter.

US Edition
Intl. Edition
Unsubscribe at any time. One click, it’s gone.

Thanks for signing up!



feel there are now two candidate will complement a dream come true for Republicans hoping to deny Donald Trump that nomination by uniting behind Ted Cruz now than ever trump forces have to figure out how to do it again unscrewed control battle it out started in New York campaign reporter Jim Oliphant for the more the most important lesson coming out of conference instead charm can be heard he can be bloodied and what they never turn people really need to do is exploit that right now , ok within declined his watch and momentum anywhere heading toward a competitive tension whether people like it or not under party rules winning the nomination is about lining up a majority of the delegates after the lock in Wisconsin trump is now off the pace and would have to win sixty percent of the remaining delegates to get there a tall order with proven is anti trump ally gabardine under every rock with the never turn people have to do basically right now is hold on truck is expected to do very well on its own , I think , forget about him , the counter then gets a little more favorable to cruise again in early may , typically contest Indiana and Nebraska at that point the whole idea is going to be denying triumph from having any mathematical chance at getting to that magical one thousand two hundred thirty seven delegates he needs to lock up the nomination before the convention winded by Krugman states like Indiana Nebraska would go a long way toward accomplishing that also won the never trust now Montana and even the biggest prize of all California but replicating Wisconsin those other places will be no easy task not lining up know perfectly per cruise many other fellow lawmakers still furious over his slash and burn tactics in the Senate I'm doubtful that he of all people can now be the one to unite the party