Republican presidential candidate John Kasich holds a packed campaign town hall meeting in the ballroom at a Crowne Plaza hotel April 19, 2016 in Annapolis, MD. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images/AFP
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Ted Cruz and John Kasich have agreed to join forces to try to deny frontrunner Donald Trump the Republican Party's presidential nomination, their campaigns said Sunday.Trump, a wealthy property developer and reality television star, has pushed close to amassing the number of delegates to the party convention that would ensure he will be the Republican standard-bearer.Some influential party figures such as 2012 nominee Mitt Romney have aligned with a Stop Trump movement, which may or may not be benefiting Trump's chief rival Cruz, an arch-conservative US senator from Texas.Earlier, Trump and his presidential campaign pushed back Sunday against accusations by rivals in both parties that the celebrity billionaire is a political fraud who has been misleading American voters.Trump said Cruz was busy focusing on the behind-the-scenes wooing of delegates in the event there is no outright winner heading in to July's Republican convention in Cleveland.Trump leads substantially in the delegate battle, with 846 delegates compared to 563 for Cruz and 147 for third-place John Kasich.
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