SYRACUSE, N.Y. — After a week of crying foul against a “rigged” delegate process, Donald Trump on Saturday warned of a “rough July” if the party’s national committee doesn’t change how it chooses its nominee ahead of the GOP convention.
“They better get going,” he urged the Republican National Committee to cheers from the few thousand people at his first of two New York rallies ahead of Tuesday’s pivotal primary.
“Because I’ll tell you what, you’re gonna have a rough July at that convention,” the Republican front-runner continued. “You. . .
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