How will they do it? However, many of New Jersey's delegates are in favor of Trump. Do they have enough votes for the minority report?
What is the minimum number of delegates a candidate needs to become the nominee?
But some bound delegates are refusing to vote for Trump despite their status as a bound delegate.
"Simply put, he doesn't represent our party, and he can't win in November", Hack wrote.
Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump will again be in the spotlight at next week's national convention.
Cleveland and the U.S. Secret Service are planning a briefing on security preparations for next week's Republican National Convention. Led by groups with names like Free the Delegates and Delegates Unbound, there has been a smattering of television ads plus telephone surveys, social media advertising and cajoling calls from officials.
The RNC rules panel voted down a proposal from RNC Oregon Committeeman Solomon Yue that would have pushed off any anti-Trump measures from taking effect until 2020. "I'm going to try to help the party and I think Donald Trump is going to be a trainwreck for the Republican Party".
They face long odds against an alliance of Trump's campaign and leaders of the Republican National Committee, all of them pressing delegates to oppose the dissidents.
Underscoring that, the GOP rules committee - a bastion of establishment loyalists - on Tuesday formally proposed to renew rules that require delegates to back the candidate they are "bound" to. The court did not buy what Curly Haugland was selling, and noted that his testimony has no support in the rule's text and was contradicted by his own book, Unbound.
The rules now must be approved by the full Republican National Committee, the convention's rules committee and the full Republican national convention. The delegates can give us one. Ted Cruz of Texas. The draft, which will be voted on at the convention, includes a $15 federal minimum wage, steps to break up large Wall Street banks and support for an end to the death penalty. Most states bind delegates for one ballot. "What are we unwilling to do?" Barasso says Trump "has not really tried to weigh in on the platform". "Possibly. Possibly not. He would come out of the Convention stronger if he won the nomination as a result of a free will vote". Mark Kirk and a few congressmen from IL have said they won't go to the convention. The 83-year-old justice is the subject of controversy after she told CNN this week that Trump is a "faker" who is driven by his ego.
The Anti-Trump movement is not proceeding unopposed. "Unfortunately, they are disenfranchising the majority of Republicans by denying them representation at the convention". "Why caucuses? What's the goal? We have great speakers, we have winners, we have people that aren't only political people", Trump told Fox News Channel on Tuesday.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's public criticism of Donald Trump is dividing legal experts over whether the leader of the court's liberal wing should recuse herself in any future case involving him.
Ryan said the House had just passed the first mental health legislation in a generation and said there was common ground between Republicans and Democrats on the issue. "Of course I wouldn't do that".