Republican U.S. presidential candidates Marco Rubio (L), Donald Trump (C) and Ted Cruz (R) all engage at the U.S. Republican presidential candidates debate in Detroit, Michigan, March 3, 2016. REUTERS/Jim Young
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For months, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio tried to tear each other down in a bid to become Donald Trump's top challenger.Cruz and Rubio's moves underscore the desperate situation in which they find themselves. It's a blueprint that probably works only if Rubio and Cruz, along with John Kasich, the Ohio governor, stay in the race, siphoning delegates away from Trump as the primary process weaves its way across the country for months to come. Cruz asked Trump, knocking the billionaire's campaign slogan.If Rubio and Cruz succeeded at anything Thursday with their constant barrage of attacks, it was blocking Trump from fully evolving into a more palatable general election candidate.After strong showings in the first rounds of primary contests, Trump has claimed 329 delegates, with Cruz capturing 213, Rubio 110, and Kasich 25 .Rubio and Cruz made clear they won't join those seeking an alternative option if they can't stop Trump.
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