Watch: Donald Trump Whines to Wolf Blitzer That Math Is Very Unfair

Donald Trump is getting spooked by the idea of a contested convention. While he has won the majority of states so far, the Republican establishment has been fighting tooth and nail to take the nomination from him. And Kasich refusing to drop out just makes the race more complicated
“Getting the majority of the delegates is a very tough thing,” Donald Trump told Wolf Blitzer on CNN last night
Trump also called on the RNC to change the convention rules on choosing a nominee. “You’re not supposed to have 17 people running,” Trump told Blitzer. “We’ve got a big night in Arizona, and I think we’ll do well in Wisconsin, but it’s mathematically unfair."
“There’s no super delegates on the Republican side,” confirmed The Young Turks’ host, Cenk Uygur. “You have to just get a simple majority."
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