Trump: Republican Party Bosses Want "To Knock Out The Outsider, They Want To Keep Their Little Party Going"

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Donald Trump comments on the distribution of delegates from the Louisiana Republican primary, where he won the popular vote, but was eventually assigned fewer delegates than GOP rival Ted Cruz.

It is a "crooked system," Trump says. "I got thousands of more votes than Cruz -- thousands. I got fewer delegates than him. Think of it!"

"They want to knock out the outsider, because they want to keep their little party going. And the reason our country owes --soon-- $21 trillion is --the reason we owe all of this money, is because of this system."

DONALD TRUMP: The bad news is -- Because it is a "crooked system," shall we say, the bad news is because it is a certain type of system, I win the state [of Louisiana]. I got thousands of more votes than Cruz -- thousands. I got fewer delegates than him. Think of it!

I'm looking at the delegates, I said, wait? Why does he have more delegates than I do? I won the state. By the way, I just won Missouri. But I won Louisiana, I'm speaking in front of thousands of people for a week. I win and I get fewer delegates than he got. It is not fair folks, it is not fair.

Because I am the outsider, and what they do is they want to knock out the outsider, because they want to keep their little party going. And the reason our country owes --soon-- $21 trillion is --the reason we owe all of this money, is because of this system.


Trump's full speech, Saturday night in Eau Claire, WI:

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