Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally, Friday, April 22, 2016, at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington, Del. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
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Top aides spent the week gingerly courting Republican insiders at a seaside resort in Florida, but front-runner Donald Trump was busy railing against them.Trump has won more states than his rivals, yet his team has been badly outplayed by Ted Cruz in the intricate game of ensuring that supportive delegates make it to the Republican convention in July in Cleveland.Trump has been relentless in his criticism of the delegate system, slamming party "bosses" and calling out the Republican National Committee and its chairman, Reince Priebus. On Friday, Trump compared himself to a prize fighter competing in rival territory.Speaking to reporters earlier this week, Paul Manafort, a senior Trump aide, brushed off the idea that the candidate's rhetoric was making it more difficult to build bridges with party leaders.Manafort added that Trump wanted to work with Priebus to change the system for the next election.In a private meeting Thursday with party officials, Manafort tried to assure them that Trump was on their side and prepared to fundraise for the party.
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