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Donald Trump back to ‘Lyin Ted’ remarks, talks 1400 delegates

Donald Trump may have sounded presidential and calm after the New York primary, but didn’t make it out of the week before returning to insult mode, making outlandish predictions and proving he has not embraced the GOP delegate rules or counts.

Donald Trump photo/ donkeyhotey

Donald Trump photo/ donkeyhotey

“People are going to be so bored,” Trump tells Laura Ingraham of his efforts to be more “presidential” and have fun at rallies. Later returns to the “Lyin’ Ted” attacks and claims “there is a route to 1400” delegates, which is 100% false.

On Wednesday afternoon in Indianapolis, it was “Lyin’ Ted” again, less than three minutes into his speech, Trump was blasting Cruz and repeating “Lyin’ Ted.”
Unlike most of Trump’s events, the crowd didn’t start chanting “Lyin’ Ted.” Instead, attendees in Indianapolis booed Cruz.
“I’m about 300 delegates ahead of Lyin’ Ted,” arguing that Cruz is attempting to claim the Republican nomination through a “rigged, crooked system that’s designed so that the bosses can pick whoever they want.”
 Laura Ingraham is a clear and open Trump surrogate, claiming that the establishment will come “crawling back” and Trump takes a delusional high ground before contradicting ALL of the polls: “We’re going to beat Hillary.” Check out the audio below.
After next week’s primaries on the liberal leaning east coast and Pennsylvania, Trump doesn’t stand to fare well as the race goes out west. The delegate projections have Trump going over 1,000 near the end of the race (June 7) with Cruz closing back to within 200 delegates behind. Neither candidate can reach the 1,237 (let along 1,400) on the first vote unless something changes.

photo/ donkeyhotey

photo/ donkeyhotey

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