WASHINGTON (WWLP) – Republicans Ted Cruz and John Kasich have agreed to partner in an effort to deny Donald Trump the delegates he needs to become the GOP nominee.
Cruz will reportedly focus his campaign time and resources in Indiana, while Kasich will do the same in New Mexico and Oregon. Kasich canceled two events in Indiana, Agreeing to concede the Hoosier State.
Both campaigns say they will continue to compete against each other in other states yet to hold their primaries.
Late Sunday night, the “Never Trump” movement announced they’re on board with the candidates’ plan.
Currently as the delegate count stands, Donald trump has 845, Ted Cruz has 559, and John Kasich has 148.
They need 1,237 delegates to win the Republican nomination.
Donald Trump did take to Twitter overnight to fire back at Cruz and Kasich. He wrote, “Lyin’ Ted and Kasich are mathematically dead and totally desperate. Their donors and special interest groups are not happy with them. Sad!”