GOP leaders from two states reportedly plot strategy to slow down Trump

Republican leaders in two states reportedly are plotting to make presidential candidate Donald Trump's quest for the GOP nomination a lot harder.

Party leaders in Virginia and North Carolina told that they are considering a push to require candidates entering their respective Republican primaries to pledge their support for the eventual nominee and not run a third-party candidacy -- a pledge Trump, the current frontrunner, would not make when asked to during the Fox News debate earlier this month in Cleveland.

"Anybody who wants to seek the Republican nomination should have to commit to supporting the ultimate Republican nominee," Virginia's former Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli told Politico. "I don't see anything wrong with that."

Republican party officials in North Carolina announced a similar proposal, and told Politico they already are in talks with lawyers to draft language for a provision that asks each candidate to support the GOP nominee.

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