From This Week with some schmoe who is not George Stephanopoulos. Note they are still allowing Donald Trump to phone in his interviews, something they do not permit other candidates to do. Because ratings and ad revenue.
ANNOUNCER: But look at what happened in Louisiana. You won the state of Louisiana but Ted Cruz is coming out of there with more delegates, maybe as many as ten more delegates, and he's getting them on the key committees that will write the rules for the Republican convention. Is Ted Cruz trying to steal this nomination from you?
TRUMP: Well it tells you what a crooked system we have and what a rotten political system we have, and frankly, I'm so... I'm millions of votes more than... I have millions of votes more than Lying Ted. I have millions, millions of votes more, I have many, many delegates more. I've won areas... and he's trying to steal things because that's the way Ted works, okay? The system is a broken system, the Republican tabulation system is a broken system, it's not fair. I have so many millions of votes more... I've brought people into this party by the millions. You understand that. They voted by the millions more. It's one of the biggest stories in all of politics, and what do I have? I have a guy going around trying to steal people's delegates. This is supposed to be America, free America, this is supposed to be a system of votes where you go out and have elections, free elections, not elections where I won. I won Louisiana and now I hear he's trying to steal delegates. You know, welcome to the Republican party. What's going on in the Republican party is as disgrace. I have so many more votes and so many more delegates and, frankly, whoever, at the end, whoever has the most votes and the most delegates should be the nominee.
Can this goober even speak English?
This is really pathetic. The guy who promised us he'd give us winning until we were tired of winning is, as I noted earlier in the week, being out hustled and out organized by Ted Cruz. The problem isn't a broken system. The system was well known to everyone before the primary started. The problem is a slovenly, flaccid, elderly candidate who has never worked for a single thing in his entire life decided that all he had to do was show up, buy or rent Ben Carson and Mike Huckabee and Breitbart and Fox News, let his campaign manager push a few girls around, and he'd win the nomination. Now he sees he is cratering in national polls, the blow back from his stupid, juvenile and unmanly attack on Ted Cruz via his butt-buddy at the National Enquirer is going to be horrendous, and as the Republican field collapses to two candidates the 70% of the GOP electorate who oppose a Donald Trump candidacy will coalesce against him.
Trump is whining about the process because he is not running his campaign any better than he has run any of his business ventures.