Gov. Kasich and Sen. Cruz Join Forces to Try and Slow Donald Trump

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Gov. John Kasich and Texas Senator Ted Cruz hatched a deal, announced Sunday night, to  collude in several states in an attempt to deny Trump the needed delegates for a first-vote nomination at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in July. But in the hours after the deal was announced -- basically that Kasich would back off in Indiana and Cruz would allow Kasich to roll through New Mexico and Oregon -- it didn't look so rock solid.

Guests: 

Tom Sutton, Ph.D, Professor of Political Science, Baldwin Wallace University 
Henry Gomez, Chief Political Reporter, cleveland.com//The Plain Dealer  
Nick Castele, Reporter, Ideastream  
 

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