Trump’s Reversal on GOP Pledge Threatens Grip on SC

“They are within a couple of percentage points”, Feehan said, adding there are about 1 in 5 voters who have yet to decide who they will vote for.It won’t be entirely up to him, of course, but rather the individual state Republican parties that divvy up the delegates. Cruz leads Trump by 3.8 points in the RealClearPolitics average of Wisconsin polls.And now Trump has officially reneged, stating unequivocally in the CNN Town Hall on Tuesday that he does not vow to support the nominee.”For those people who have been fervent Trump supporters, their frustration, their expressions do not fall on deaf ears for me”, Kasich told reporters at the Sheraton Hotel in Midtown Manhattan. “Let’s see who they pick at the convention”.Time magazine reports anti-Trump Republicans in SC are preparing to contest being bound to Trump as a result of his threat to the pledge on Tuesday.”I think the whole country is looking to Wisconsin right now to make a choice in this race, and I think the choice Wisconsin makes is going to have repercussions for a long time to come”, Mr Cruz said.Donald Trump could reportedly lose all the delegates he won in the SC primary after threatening not to pledge his support to the Republican nominee if it’s not him.”I feel strongly about Ted winning Wisconsin”.At the “Women for Cruz” event in Madison, McCammon explains that Cruz’s wife, Heidi; his mother, Eleanor Cruz; and former presidential candidate Carly Fiorina were all in attendance.Dawn Laguens from the Planned Parenthood Action Fund called Trump “flat-out risky”, while Bernie Sanders (“Shameful”) and Hillary Clinton (“Horrific and telling”) tweeted their condemnations.Matt Moore, the chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party, indicated that Trump’s reversal on the ballot pledge raises legal questions.But, facing a significant delegate deficit to both Trump and Ted Cruz, his NY press conference Thursday showed a change in strategy. That compares to Wednesday’s Marquette poll that showed Sanders leading 49% to 45%.Benton said the Trump campaign has not asked Great America to cease its work.