Losing five primary elections in a row, by margins as great as 30 percent, isn’t a big enough hint.
Coming in fourth in a three-person race isn’t either.
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Neither is the fact that it is mathematically impossible for GOP presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz to receive the needed number of delegates to win the GOP nomination.
Not to mention, the fact that Cruz isn’t following his own advice to other candidates– drop out of the race. The Washington Times points out that prior to Kasich’s loss in New York, Cruz blasted him for staying in the race knowing there was no mathematical chance for him to win. He said of Kasich: