Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign stop, Monday, Feb. 15, 2016, in Greenville, S.C. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump Monday offered rival Ted Cruz an ultimatum, threatening to sue Cruz over his eligibility to serve in the White House unless the Texas senator stops airing what Trump calls "false ads" and apologizes for what the billionaire real estate mogul called a series of lies about his positions.Trump also took aim Monday at the Republican establishment, accusing the Republican National Committee of packing its debate audiences with donors -- a move he claimed violated the loyalty pledge he signed in September vowing to run as a Republican and support the party's eventual nominee.Trump saved the bulk of his criticism for Cruz.Trump has previously said a federal court should decide whether Cruz meets the constitutional requirement of being a "natural-born citizen" to serve as president. Cruz responded to Trump during a question-and-answer in Camden, characterizing Trump as nervous about his standing in the state.Earlier, during an afternoon news conference, Trump also renewed his criticism of former President George W. Bush.
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