Levin: Cruz Will ‘Have a Tough Fight,’ But The Race Isn’t Over, His Supporters ‘Want It To Be Over’

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Talk radio host Mark Levin, who has endorsed Republican presidential candidate Texas Senator Ted Cruz, said that while Cruz “will have a tough fight here” a strong performance by GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump in the 5 April 26 GOP primaries would not end the race, rather it’s just supporters of his who “want it to be over after tonight” during a primary preview that took place before the results started rolling in on Tuesday. Levin predicted that there would be “24/7, particularly on the Fox News Channel, ‘Trump had a massive victory. Trump’s unstoppable.’” He further criticized calls from Trump “and his big mouths” for Cruz to get out and the lack of context given to polling questions on whether the candidate with the most delegates should win the nomination if no one gets a majority of the delegates, pointing out that if this was done in 1860, Abraham Lincoln wouldn’t have been the GOP nominee, and suggesting that this would possibly cause people to have a different opinion. He further stated that Trump was hoping for 40% of the popular vote, and 50% plus 1 of the delegates, which would be a contradiction the clamoring for democracy from Trump’s