Cruz faces Hannity again after tense dust-up

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It was as if it never happened.

Ted Cruz and Sean Hannity met for the first time Monday since their dust-up last week, but avoided any tension. Last week during an interview on Hannity’s radio program the Fox News host blew up at Cruz after the senator accused Trump and his supporters of “whining.”

The big question on the table was about the alliance between the Texas senator and Gov. John Kasich.

Late Sunday night, Cruz and the Ohio governor announced that they were coordinating their campaigns in an effort to deny Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump the 1,237 delegates he needs to secure the GOP nomination.

“Governor Kasich made the decision to pull out of the state of Indiana and to focus his time and energy in other states. And we made the decision to go all in Indiana. I am here now,” Cruz explained. “I’m in Greenwood, Indiana, right now. We’re barn-storming the state. We’re on a bus tour. I’m here with my two little girls. And we are traveling the state, working to earn the votes of the men and women in this state. I think Indiana’s going to be a critical state, it’s really going to be at the crossroads of these primaries. They vote a week from tomorrow, and I’m very encouraged by the support we’re seeing here on the ground in Indiana.”

Cruz said that no candidate will be able to attain the delegates needed to secure the nomination before the July 18 convention in Cleveland.

“It’s going to be a battle to see who can earn a majority of delegates elected by the people,” he said. “And I think in that battle we will have a tremendous advantage.”

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