Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio scrambled across New Hampshire on Wednesday, seeking to capitalize on success in Iowa while taking political fire from Donald Trump and other Republican rivals.
"What an incredible victory we had in Iowa," Cruz told supporters packed into a conference room at New England College, saying his win in Monday's caucuses showed what conservatives can do when they unite and work to get out the vote.
"If we stand together we will win," Cruz said, urging backers to bring their friends to the polls on Feb. 9. "If we win the New Hampshire primary, we will win the nomination."
While the Texas senator reveled in his Iowa win, the second-place finisher — Trump — accused him of stealing the Iowa caucuses through unfair tactics that included spreading false rumors that Ben Carson was planning to exit the race.
|"He's Losing It."|
Calling for an Iowa do-over in a number of tweets, Trump said at one point that "Ted Cruz didn't win Iowa, he stole it. That is why all of the polls were so wrong and why he got far more votes than anticipated. Bad!"
Cruz, who his accused his rival of throwing another "Trumpertantrum," told reporters that "it seems his reaction to everything is to throw a fit ... He’s losing it.”Read the rest of the story HERE.
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