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Date: 13 July 2016 at 16:09:08 BST
Subject: Do you want a $50 COSTCO Gift Card!

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He said that his recent string of victories in contests in Utah, Wyoming, and Wisconsin, in addition to his sweeps of delegate slates in Colorado and North Dakota, prove that the slipup in New York isn't a reflection on the senator's momentum. He predicted that the GOP race would go to a contested convention in July. "No one is able to reach 1,237," he said, referring to the number of delegates a Republican candidate needs to win the nomination. "I'm not going to reach 1,237 and Donald's not going to reach 1,237."

Trump highlighted Cruz's mathematical elimination from the 1,237 level on Wednesday."Ted Cruz is mathematically out of winning the race. Now all he can do is be a spoiler, never a nice thing to do. I will beat Hillary!" Trump tweeted.But Cruz suggested that both candidates will be arriving at the Cleveland convention this July with "a ton of delegates." And he insisted that he would have a huge advantage in swaying delegates to join his camp on the convention floor.

He, or a man like him at least, might find himself heeding the siren call of Donald J. Trump’s anti-immigrant demagogy, against his better instincts. And I’d bet that his more pragmatic, empathetic and deeply devout wife, played by Jayne Houdyshell — who has been working for four decades as an office manager, with few raises — would quietly cast her vote for Hillary Clinton.

Cruz also said that he has no plans to drop out of the race, unless he sees no path to victory. He also conceded that Trump will probably win additional states during Tuesday's Northeastern and mid-Atlantic contests. That day features matchups in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, and Rhode Island — all states favorable to Trump."But then the race goes out back West," he said. "That's a real problem for Donald."He added that Trump has a "real problem winning west of the Mississippi River" and that Western state contests create an "ominous storm-cloud for the Trump campaign."

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