File photo of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at a rally in Dallas Texas

Trump's immigration outrage poses challenge for Cruz in Texas

File photo of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at a rally in Dallas TexasBy Emily Stephenson HOUSTON (Reuters) – Republican Ted Cruz’s hopes of a sweeping nominating victory in his home state of Texas are being eroded as Donald Trump taps into conservative anger over immigration. Polls show Cruz, the U.S. senator from Texas, is poised to win the state’s nominating contest on Tuesday – the biggest voting day so far in the 2016 race – a result seen as essential to keeping alive his chance of winning his party’s nomination. Cruz needs as resounding a victory as possible to stay competitive on a day when Trump is expected to put in a dominant performance in other states voting on “Super Tuesday”.

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