Trump campaign moves forward to decertify Louisiana delegates
by Nick Gass | March 28, 2016
Donald Trump’s campaign is moving forward with its plan to contest delegates in Louisiana, a senior campaign adviser confirmed Monday, a day after Trump himself threatened to sue over the “unfair” process.
“Well, the problem we’re having here is that there was a secret meeting in Louisiana of the convention delegation, and apparently all of the invitations for our delegates must have gotten lost in the mail,” Trump adviser Barry Bennett told MSNBC’s Ari Melber. “There’s a process to deal with this. It’s in the certification process, and it’s been with our legal team for most of the morning now, and we are moving forward with the complaint to decertify these delegates.”
Pressed on the conditions of the lawsuit, Bennett stipulated that the document is “not something you file with a court; it’s something you file inside the party, but it’s a decertification so that these delegates and these rules committees committee members and folks don’t get seated.” (Read More)
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