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Trump: GOP Doesn't Want Me to Win Nomination

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By    |   Tuesday, 12 Apr 2016 09:25 PM

Donald Trump said Tuesday that the Republican National Committee does not want him to win the presidential nomination but that "I don't see it" when asked whether the committee is actively working against him.

"No, I don't think so," Trump said in response to a question from CNN's Anderson Cooper on whether the GOP did not want him to be the nominee. "I really don't."

"You think they're actively working against you?" Cooper then asked.

"I don't see it," the developer said. "It's not like I have 15 miles of proof, but certainly they should want to have a vote of the people of Colorado."

Trump has bashed Ted Cruz's victory in Colorado on Saturday, which brought 34 delegates that were awarded at a state Republican Party convention — not a primary or caucus.

"The people of Colorado, I would have won," Trump told Cooper. "I won so many of the votes. I mean, the voting has been phenomenal.

"That's why I've won so many more states than Ted Cruz and [John] Kasich."

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Donald Trump said Tuesday that the Republican National Committee does not want him to win the presidential nomination but that "I don't see it" when asked whether the committee is actively working against him.
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