— Donald Trump supporters arriving to hear him speak at an Indianapolis
campaign rally say they remain worried the Republican Party leaders are
trying to block him from winning the presidential nomination.
A few thousand
people gathered in an Indiana State Fairgrounds hall for the rally
Wednesday, a day after Trump's big Republican primary win in New York.
Scott Sheffield of Indianapolis says he thinks Trump will win Indiana's
May 3 primary and expose how the GOP establishment is trying to grab the
nomination from him.
campaign stop will be followed by a Ted Cruz speech on Thursday at a state
Republican Party fundraiser in Indianapolis.
Thirty-four-year-old Jay Derbes of Indianapolis says he thinks Indiana
voters are independent enough that Trump's "message will resonate."