Wednesday, April 6, 2016

POLITCO TOP STORY: Trump campaign in disarray
Morale sinks as key battleground state staff laid off, including senior data operative.

Wisconsin meltdown puts Trump on track for convention fight 
Senior advisers wrestle for influence as the path to an outright win nearly disappears.

Long frustrated by Donald Trump’s seeming invincibility, the Republican establishment’s anti-Trump brigade celebrated a clear victory in Wisconsin on Tuesday night. And while it was a long time coming, it might be just in time and just enough to prevent the GOP front-runner from winning the party’s presidential nomination.
Ted Cruz, taking upwards of 30 of Wisconsin’s 42 delegates, leaves Trump with little margin of error in the remaining contests to win the 1,237 delegates necessary to secure the nomination on the first ballot at July’s GOP convention. And if he doesn’t win it that way, many anti-Trump Republicans believe, he’s not going to win it at all.

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