Broadcasting from home Tuesday on The Glenn Beck Program, Glenn had a special guest stop by --- none other than presidential candidate Ted Cruz. The two covered a myriad of topics, including Colorado delegates, temper tantrums, saving America, Roger Stone and Trump's "thuggery" tactics on the campaign trail.
When the topic of a contested convention came up, Cruz shared a few thoughts.
"The odds are now very high that we go to a contested convention," Cruz said. "It is almost impossible for Donald to get to 1237 delegates. You know, the fact that he has now lost 11 elections in a row in the last three weeks, these three weeks have determined that Donald can't get to 1237. When we get to a contested convention, here's what's going to happen: I'm going to have a ton of delegates. Donald is going to have a ton of delegates. And it's going to be a battle then to see who can earn a majority."
Does Cruz think he has an advantage? You bet.
"I believe we will have an enormous advantage. One of the ways to understand is the simple question: Where do the Rubio and Kasich delegates go?" Cruz asked. "I think they naturally come to us. They're not going to go to Donald, particularly when he's threatening violence and abuse the system. And the amazing thing, you know, there's a lot of focus on our ground game, and I'm proud of the job our team has done organizing, but it's important to understand, our staffers couldn't do this if there was not a grassroots tsunami."
Featured Image: Ted Cruz on The Glenn Beck Program, April 12, 2016, in Westlake, Texas.