Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, addresses the delegates during the third day session of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Wednesday, July 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
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Hours later Cruz would take his revenge, refusing to endorse Trump during a prime-time speech on the floor of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.Over three days in Cleveland this week, Republican leaders have sought to sell a story of unity, repeatedly saying the party was getting ever closer to rallying behind Trump, whose candidacy has divided many and exposed deep discontent among Republicans with their leaders.One of Trump's key goals going into this week's convention was to unite the party after a roughly 18-month primary season that was marked by personal attacks on candidates, sometimes violent rallies, and deep disagreement over what it means to be a Republican.Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who lost to Trump in the nomination fight and disagrees with Trump on a host of issues, declined to attend the convention held in his own state.Others said that if Trump was really serious about uniting the party he would reach out to his vanquished foes on the campaign trail, including Cruz and Kasich.
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