Donald Trump Goes After Ted Cruz, Accuses Him of 'Fraud' in Iowa

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Donald Trump is accusing Ted Cruz of committing "fraud" in Iowa.

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During Monday’s caucus, Cruz put out a release that Ben Carson was quitting the race. Trump tweeted on Wednesday morning many people voted for Cruz over Carson because of what the billionaire calls “fraud.”

Cruz has apologized for the press release saying a staff member made a mistake and claimed that the member saw a CNN report that Carson was dropping out. CNN says they “had not characterized Carson’s actions that way.”

Trump is also feuding with former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu.

The 76-year-old told The New York Times: "I think Trump's loss will remind people that the guy has a history of losses. There is no longer Trump Vodka, Trump Fragrances [and] three magazines that Mr. Trump put his name on."

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Needless to say, Trump wasted no time responding. He told Good Morning America: "I have no history of losses. I have made millions and billions of dollars after starting off with very little."

He added: "I built an amazing company. I have a company that is worth many, many billions and everyone knows it."

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