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After Bruising Primary, Rivals Donald Trump And Ted Cruz Meet In Washington

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Ted Cruz met with presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump Thursday and agreed to speak at the Republican National Convention later this month.

Cruz is one of the few holdouts in the Texas delegation who has yet to endorse Trump.

Before he dropped out of the race, he stayed in as part of an effort to keep Trump from amassing a majority of delegates.

"I'll let you know how I feel about it after it happens", Trump told The New York Times in a story published Thursday while flashing what the newspaper described as a "mischievous smile".

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Obama has made mistakes on this before. "I know that some have nonetheless viewed the meeting in a different light", Clinton said. Tame said the Attorney General said otherwise, she does have the power to overrule the recommendations of the investigation.

With the odds of replacing Trump at the convention fading away from reality, the "Never Trump" movement is throwing one last Hail Mary in an attempt to block his running mate, using possible rule changes to pick who joins the ticket.

Among Democrats, 82% of those who preferred Clinton in the primaries expect the Democratic Party to solidly unite behind her. Those who supported Bernie Sanders are significantly less likely to hold this view.

If that is the case, they have managed to bury a very large hatchet.

 

 

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