A combination photo shows Republican U.S. presidential candidates Marco Rubio  Donald Trump and Ted Cruz addressing supporters at their respective Super Tuesday primary and caucus campaign events

Reeling Republican establishment running out of time to stop Trump

A combination photo shows Republican U.S. presidential candidates Marco Rubio Donald Trump and Ted Cruz addressing supporters at their respective Super Tuesday primary and caucus campaign eventsBy James Oliphant MIAMI (Reuters) – When Senator Ted Cruz took the stage on Tuesday after winning the Republican nominating contest in his home state of Texas, he issued a call for the party to rally behind his presidential candidacy. Republican Party leaders came away from Super Tuesday – the 2016 presidential campaign’s biggest day of state-by-state nominating contests for the Nov. 8 election – without any clearer consensus about how to slow front-runner Donald Trump’s march to the nomination. Cruz won two, and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida notched his first win, in Minnesota.

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