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Chuck Todd: No GOP consensus that Ted Cruz would be better than Donald Trump

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Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd says if the GOP's choices for a presidential candidate come down to Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, the party will have trouble uniting. "At this point Trump can lose Indiana and still get to the magic number," Todd says, referring to the 1,237 delegates necessary to win the GOP nomination.