Roger Stone: Party Bosses Trying to Stop Trump in Indiana Delegate Count

WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN - APRIL 05: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump chats with patrons and workers at a George Webb diner following an interview with Fox News on April 5, 2016 in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Wisconsin residents are voting in the state's primary today. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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Veteran political operative and Donald Trump supporter Roger Stone said on Breitbart News Saturday on Sirius/XM Channel 125 that “Republican bosses” in Indiana are trying to stop Donald Trump before Tuesday’s primary:

I find it interesting that any place where the people decide, Donald Trump does great. In fact, he racks up huge numbers. Any place where the bosses decide and the Republican Establishment decides, Ted Cruz is able to nibble delegates here and nibble delegates there.

I think Trump is going to win Indiana, but the Indiana delegate process is already being done, and right now Donald Trump has one delegate. So the Republican bosses in Indiana are trying to thwart the will of the voters regardless of how they vote in the upcoming primary.

I do think the Trump campaign is back on a solid technological track with targeted television and radio ads. I think you can see the professionalization of the Trump campaign which before was a natural force…It was all based on an incredible model, a communications-based model, that Trump himself was able to generate so much media coverage that it was able to cancel out the massive negative spending against him.

Stone also called Ted Cruz “the ultimate globalist, the Goldman Sachs candidate.”


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