A protester shows her sign outside the venue prior to a Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rally at the The Northwest Washington Fair and Event Center on May 7, 2016 in Lynden, Washington. Matt Mills McKnight/Getty Images/AFP
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Still shaken by Donald Trump's triumph, Republican and conservative foes of the billionaire can still cause headaches for the party's presumptive presidential nominee at this summer's GOP convention.Many expect Trump to build momentum as the convention nears, narrowing his opponents' options.Trump's foes concede he's likely to arrive in Cleveland exceeding the 1,237 delegates needed to become the nominee.The convention's 2,472 delegates must approve the platform before formally anointing the presidential nominee. All – including those chosen to support Trump – can vote however they want on the platform. A RUNNING MATE Trump has said he'd like a vice presidential candidate with government experience.Yet, as with the platform, delegates can vote as they please in choosing Trump's running mate. Others said the convention would likely defer to Trump's thinking about a strategically smart choice.
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