First, committee's are not supposed to rally round anyone that is not their job. That's not how democracy is supposed to work you are thinking of the Politburo.
Actually Ted Cruz tried many times to get Trump to debate but the he didn't bite. And no one could have gotten him to debate. He was far ahead at that point and was smart enough to know he had nothing to gain.
Once he became the presumptive nominee I think that they probably didn't want to help Hillary Clinton get elected so they were silent. Tell me how could that have changed anything within the republican party anyway?
Actually, I don't think he said that. Go back and listen to the clip. I know what you're talking about and it did sound nutty. But I think he merely put the two together and no accusation was made. But as I said it was nutty enough anyway.
I don't drink Kool-Aid. But, Hillary Clinton will not become the President of the United States that I am pretty sure of. And she'd lose to just about any of the 17 republican nominees. Watch...wait...then compliment me on my great call
That's why we have primaries. The people have spoken and they want Trump. You don't like it, I don't like it the Bush's don't like it Romney doesn't like it and Sloth really hates it as in a manic sense. But that's what happened.
That's all well and good but the person who wins the primaries is becomes the presumptive nominee. Can you imagine a rules change as you suggest and they put in Ted Cruz, or Rubio or anyone else? The millions of Trump voters would be enraged. The republican whomever it was would lose in a landslide.
Wrong my friend. The people have spoken and we must accept their choice even though it isn't ours.