Cruz, Hannity Spar Over Delegates [+video]

12986871745_dd2ce9af53_bBy Ian Hanchett. GOP presidential candidate Texas Senator Sen. Ted Cruz and talk radio and Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity engaged in a testy exchange over the delegate process on Hannity’s radio show on Tuesday.

Hannity began the interview by asking, “I think the number one question on the minds of Republicans right now is what is going on with the delegates. For example, if you can explain to people that your campaign, that you have every right, within the rules, to talk to candidates, that are pledged on a first ballot, to candidate A or candidate C, you being candidate B. And that — tell us what that process is.”

Cruz answered that isn’t what people are concerned about, and are instead concerned about policy issues and beating Democratic candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Cruz further stated that “the media loves to obsess about process. This process, and this whining from the Trump campaign is all silly. It’s very, very simple –.”

Hannity then cut in to say, “I’m on social media, with millions of people. I have 550 radio stations. And I have the top-rated cable in my hour, all across the board. And I am telling you, that people are telling me, that they find this whole process confusing.” He further stated that this wasn’t a “process question. It’s an integrity of the election question. And everybody’s asking me this question. So, I want — I’m giving you an opportunity to explain it.”

Cruz responded, “Sean, the only people asking this question, are the hardcore Donald Trump supporters.” Hannity again cut in to ask, “Senator, why do you this? Every single time you…you’ve got to stop. Every time I have you on the air, and I ask a legitimate question, you try to throw this in my face. I’m getting sick of it. I’ve had you on more than any other candidate, on radio and TV. So, if I ask you, Senator, a legitimate question to explain to the audience, why don’t you just answer it?” (Read more from “Cruz, Hannity Spar Over Delegates” HERE)

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Cruz Slams Trump: Campaign Seems Incapable of ‘Running a Lemonade Stand’

By Hannity.com Staff. Texas Senator Ted Cruz is dismissing charges from the Trump campaign that his recent delegate victories in states like Colorado and Wyoming are a result of an unfair and arcane primary system. In a interview on The Sean Hannity Show, Cruz accused the Trump campaign pushing a narrative that claims that the primary system is rigged . . .

Cruz credited his grassroots support with his recent string of successes. He also explained that Trump’s loss is not a result of skulduggery on the part of his campaign, but on a lack of organizational skill from Trump’s.

“Donald Trump’s campaign does not know how to organize on the grassroots, and so when the delegates are elected the real conservative activists show up, they elect delegates and we are winning those elections over and over and over again,” Senator Cruz explained to Sean. “I cannot help that the Donald Trump campaign does not seem capable of running a lemonade stand.” (Read more from “Cruz Slams Trump: Campaign Seems Incapable of ‘Running a Lemonade Stand'” HERE)

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  • MikefromNC

    When this is all over it will take a team of surgeons to remove Sean Hannity from Trump’s backside.

    And I suspect it may take a search team to find Hannity’s audience as well. He already lost his 9 pm slot and was bumped to 10. That didn’t happen because his ratings were great. Since becoming a Trumpanzee, he has made it clear that he isn’t really conservative at all.

    Bye, bye Hannity.

  • JBenat3006

    If I ever murder someone I want a slick lawyer to BS and lie for me, but if I want a leader of America I want a clear eye leader who gets things done and has a long list of accomplishments. We already have enough lawyers in our government. They are the backbone of the establishment! Trump 2016!

  • Joey Smith

    The Republican party is having it out right now. We will have our nominee later on. We will then support that nominee.

    Otherwise, ehem, another 4 years of Obama´s party?