A man reacts as U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump walks past following a campaign event at an airplane hanger in Rochester, New York April 10, 2016 REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump's concerns about how delegates are allotted turned into a roar Monday as he accused the campaign of rival Ted Cruz of buying votes after his weekend win in Colorado.Cruz's campaign has worked effectively in states where the delegate allocation process is more complex, such as Colorado, where the U.S. senator from Texas picked up 34 delegates Saturday at the state Republican convention.Trump's camp has amplified complaints about the delegate allocation system, which varies from state to state, as the prospect of a contested Republican convention looks more likely to determine the party's nominee for the Nov. 8 election.Trump on Monday also accused Cruz of trying to steal delegates in South Carolina, which Trump won.
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