Transcript for Trump Mocks Cruz and Company Leading Into Indiana Primary
We begin tonight with those bold words from Donald Trump. A win this time tomorrow night, and he says, it's over. And Carly fiorina's fall tonight. Donald Trump needs to win 47% of the remaining total delegates to land the republican nomination outright. Avoiding a contested convention. Tonight, the newest poll shows trump at 49%. That's a 15-point lead over Ted Cruz in Indiana. And then, that startling moment at a Ted Cruz rally, running mate Carly fiorina tumbling off the stage after introducing Cruz and his family. Fiorina is okay. But Donald Trump pouncing, saying, at least he would have helped her. ABC's Tom llamas leads us off from Indiana. Reporter: Tonight, Donald Trump seizing on this moment to mock Ted Cruz's struggling campaign. And the next president of the United States, Ted Cruz. Reporter: Carly fiorina, the senator's running mate, falling off that stage in Lafayette, Indiana. Losing her footing as the Cruz family walked out. Trump putting his own spin on what happened. She just went down. She went down a long way, right? And she went down right in front of him and he was talking, he kept talking. He didn't even look. That was a weird deal. Man. Reporter: The gop front-runner hoping to close the deal in Indiana, saying his opponents are teetering on the edge. I mean, the two last ones, they're like, hanging by their fingertips. They're choking, don't let me fall, don't let me fall. Reporter: Cruz soldiering on as his path to the nomination grows narrow. The entire country is looking to Indiana, and really depending on Indiana to pull us back from this cliff that we're staring over. Reporter: But Cruz's final days in the Hoosier state have been far from midwest nice. Lying Ted. Reporter: In Marion, Indiana, coming face to face with angry trump supporters. Do the math. You asked kasich to drop out, it's your turn. Take your own word. Now, I'm curious, sir -- Time to drop out. Reporter: And in la Porte, Indiana, a little boy heckling the Texas senator in the middle of his speech. Apparently there's a young man who is having some problems. You suck! Thank you, son. Reporter: And as the gop fight rages on, a winding down for democrats. At the white house correspondents' dinner, president Obama with a nod to Hillary Clinton, making clear who he thinks will take his place. Next year at this time, someone else will be standing here in this very spot, and it's anyone's guess who she will be. But -- And Tom yllamas with us live tonight in inn U.N. As Donald Trump trying to seal this no, ma'am nalgs, Tom, some new signs Hillary Clinton shifting her focus to the general, with that little boost from the president there? Reporter: That's right, David. No doubt she appreciated that comment from president Obama. And today, we learned that the Hillary Clinton campaign will start campaigning in states like Ohio and Virginia, battleground states she'll want to win in the general election, and David, not only spending time there, they're going to start hiring staff. They tell us, there's a benefit to getting there early. David?
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