Super Tuesday, the day where the most states vote in the primaries for presidential candidates, revealed that Donald Trump pulled out victorious. Trump, who has been the topic of much debate himself, won seven out of eleven states and came in second in three out of the four remaining states.

This has left anti-Trump forces with only two weeks and “no agreed upon strategy” to take down the New York billionaire from receiving the Republican presidential nomination.

The biggest contender and the hope for many is Ted Cruz. He can “now claim, with more credibility, the mantle of the true conservative in a conservative party against a front-runner with no clear ideology and views at odds with GOP orthodoxy.”

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The big question is how will Cruz, Rubio, Kasich, and other anti-Trumps “trump” Trump? What would you do as an opponent, if you had two weeks to take down Trump’s campaign?

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