Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz made a campaign stop in Fargo, North Dakota on Saturday, just a few days ahead of the nominating contest in Wisconsin.
“Donald Trump turned to me, and he said, ‘Ted, I’ve known a lot more politicians than you have.’ Well, in that, he is correct. Donald has been supporting liberal Democratic politicians for 40 years. I have no experience doing that,” Cruz said of his Republican rival.
He went on to bash Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.
“You know, the Democratic field consists of a wild-eyed socialist, with ideas that are dangerous for America and the world, and Bernie Sanders,” Cruz said.
Tuesday could be a turning point in the Republican nomination race, when Wisconsin hosts its nominating contest. Trump, 69, trails his leading rival, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, 45, of Texas in the Upper Midwestern state. A Cruz win would make it harder for Trump to reach the magic number of 1,237 delegates needed to secure the nomination before the Republican national convention in July. The winner will get to claim all of Wisconsin’s 42 delegates.
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