Cruz: ‘I Would Not Be Willing to Support Donald Trump’ if He Literally Kills Someone

‘As Republicans continue to unite, we will continue to beat Donald Trump’

"I could give you one example where I would no longer support Donald Trump. If, for example, he would go out on Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody, I would not be willing to support Donald Trump. But I think the best answer to Donald Trump, to his failed liberal policies, to his being enmeshed in Washington corruption, supporting the policies that have caused so much damage, funding open border Democrats, funding the architects of ObamaCare, all of which Donald has done, the answer is not to cry in your beer about the support Donald has received and the answer has not do to deal with the Washington establishment hopes to do in the fevered dreamers, which is, they envision a brokered convention. Where the convention deadlocks and suddenly in from Washington, the deal makers para-shooting an establishment candidate, who is their salvation. That's not going to happen. And it would spark an absolute revolt, quite rightly, from the voters. The way to beat Donald Trump is beat him at the ballot box which is what we have been doing, and that is why our campaign, Republicans, are uniting behind the campaign because we're the only campaign that has beaten Donald Trump over and over and over again, and that can and will beat Donald Trump. And indeed, to date we've beaten Donald Trump, not once, not twice, not three times, but nine different times all over the United States of America, literally from Alaska to Maine, and states all in-between. And as Republicans continue to unite, we will continue to beat Donald Trump. We will win the nomination with 1237 delegates."

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