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Despite the seeming inevitability of Donald Trump's nomination as the Republican Party's 2016 presidential candidate, a dedicated group of GOP activists is still working to derail the Trump Train. Numerous companies that are refusing to donate to the 2016 Republican National Convention either haven't been major money providers in the past or seem to be pulling out of politics entirely. "But I don't think we should be scapegoating or blaming someone else for the challenges we have".

"Well I think there is nothing that we can do to tear the party apart more than Donald Trump has already done".

Led by Goldwater, conservatives won control of the Republican Party at one of its most contentious conventions, the 1964 gathering in San Francisco.

Khare has applied for a carry permit, and he says he'll want to get some training and range time before he takes a weapon to Cleveland.

"I'm real excited about it", he said. "I wish the "No Trump" folks would focus on the common adversary, and that is (presumptive Democrat nominee) Hillary Clinton". Trump's campaign did not respond to requests for comment.

Trump received more than 77 percent votes among 11 GOP candidates for president in this year's primary election in West Virginia, with almost 160,000 registered Republicans casting ballots in his favor.

The city of Cleveland agreed Wednesday to allow protests closer to the site of the Republican National Convention next month, approving rule changes that increase the amount of space demonstrators can occupy and extend the amount of time that demonstrations will be permitted. Given that she's facing a challenge from three fellow Republicans - state Rep. Joe Carr, Tommy Hay and Donald Strong - Black made a decision to remain in Tennessee and hold meet-and-greet events across the state's 6th Congressional District. In fact, he doubts numerous rule changes being proposed will pass.

Trump's onetime primary rival, South Carolina Sen.

"I think it's a - I think for women - and these are hard issues, but I think women have to be able to choose what they - you know, sort of the right of choice, but I think that that's a hard legal decision that - and I think that women are so important in that decision-making process". Even if a delegate were to name someone other than the candidate to whom they are bound, the rules state their vote will be recorded as it should be, per state vote tallies.

"This is going to go to the floor", Burkman said.

"It's a huge honor, if I may use one of Trump's words, no pun intended", Kelly said of this year's convention. If any incriminating evidence is found in the release of Donald Trump's tax returns, delegates begrudgingly giving support to Trump because of Electoral College votes would have reason to place their support elsewhere without guilt.

She concedes that she may not have the majority support on the committee needed to make that change in the package of rules that the committee submits to the delegates as a whole. "He really walked the talk and really spoke to our concerns on the issues we care about most".

"He's a wonderful and smart attorney that knows the laws governing the convention", she said.

And then there was his confusing statement about his stance on guns in schools where he seemed to contradict himself within the course of two sentences: "I don't want to have guns in classrooms, although in some cases teachers should have guns in classrooms, frankly", he said during a May interview with "Fox & Friends".

One Arkansas meteorologist has a plan to get out the millennial vote this fall. He's right. It won't be about the Republican Party or its platform.

Haas has worked statewide on campaigns for former President George H.W. Bush, Sen. Also staying away is the 2012 Republican nominee for president, Mitt Romney.

There is a "misperception", she said, that a party primary is "one-man, one-vote". He said Saddam was a "very bad guy", but very good at killing terrorists "and this was a good thing".

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