Christian conservatives aren't taking this one sitting down, either.
Ted Cruz responds with a blistering rebuke of the GOP front-runner's position.
Web-based video suggests the "oppo-file" on GOP front-runner is extensive.
"I don't think the American people are willing to get over our basic liberties."
They want the existing convention process to play itself out, regardless of who wins.
Republican Party officials will make preparations for their national convention.
He says it can be accomplished in his first days in office.
They said they are "shocked and saddened" by what he says.
His powerful Tuesday night speech in Pennsylvania says it all.
It isn't whether he wins or not, but rather by how much Donald Trump takes his home state that matters.
It's definitely not who you think the actress-turned-liberal activist would say.
They have already endorsed Hillary Clinton, a first in their 100-year history.
He's concerned about the process we currently use to select our leaders, and the toll it takes on the candidates, too.
He applauded the leader's "courage" to ensure the safety of his people.
Another sweep maintains his momentum headed into tough New York test.
And all the people did a facepalm.
The Texas senator previously attacked the New York City mayor's record.
He said the plan is "unrealistic."
Well, his tax plan did.
He's said "maybe later" in the past, but a new development may have changed his outlook.
The ordained minister made the comments at a forum run by Rev. Al Sharpton.