Republicans are voting in four more states on Tuesday — and Donald Trump could be on the verge of another round of victories.
Peña Nieto says Trump taking advantage of fear after an economic crisis: "That's how Mussolini got in, that's how Hitler got in."
Republican leaders have blanched at Trump — and have been little happier with Cruz.
Comments are the clearest sign yet that ruling politicians in Europe are increasingly worried about the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.
The 66-year-old Olympic gold medalist turned television personality said she admired Cruz, would like to advise him on questions relating to her community.
"He's a winner. He's made billions. He's dated beautiful women. His wife is a model. That's not to sniff at."
It's a good point, really: A lot of folks who endorsed Mitt Romney are people you really "would not want to see as president."
Christie: "I've know Donald Trump for 14 years, and Donald Trump is not a bigot."
Trump on his 2012 endorsement: "I could have said 'Mitt, drop to your knees,' he would have dropped to his knees."
GOP governor's decision is despite fact of the candidacy of a senator from his home state, Marco Rubio.