Florida Governor Rick Scott has called for an end to the “Stop Trump” movement among GOP candidates and voters. Scott, who has consistently supported the Trump campaign, says that the movement is hurting the Republican party’s chances of taking the White House in November and is helping the Clinton cause.
Adam Goodman talked to WFLA’s political correspondent Candace McCowan about Scott’s remarks.
“The only one that’s been stopping Trump at different points along the way is Trump,” said Goodman.
Of the Kasich/Cruz agreement to block Trump from getting delegates during the remaining primaries, Goodman said: “It was a private strategy that was suddenly rolled out in headlines feeding into the Trump narrative that the inside will do everything possible to stop him.”