Republican White House rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich say they will work together in hopes of blocking front-runner Donald Trump from winning the party's presidential nomination. Linda So reports.
There's a new push to stop Donald Trump... coming from his two Republican rivals. Ted Cruz and John Kasich released coordinated statements to announce they will stay out of each other's way in upcoming primaries in hopes of blocking Trump from winning the party's nomination. Kasich will focus on Oregon and New Mexico where he expected to do well while Cruz will turn his attention to Indiana. SOUNDBITE: REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE TED CRUZ, SAYING: "Do we nominate a campaign based on yelling screaming cursing and insults or do we want to unite behind a positive forward looking campaign." Trump has blasted the move calling it desperate. The strategy aimed at preventing the front-runner from winning the 1,237 delegates needed to secure the nomination. Trump is expected to rack up more wins on Tuesday as five states in the Northeast hold primaries, including delegate-rich Pennsylvania.