Republican presidential contender Ted Cruz and his vice-presidential pick Carly Fiorina will join Sean Hannity in Indiana for the full hour of Hannity tonight at 10:00 ET.
It will be Cruz and Fiorina's first joint interview since the Texas senator announced her as his running mate on Wednesday.
After five more primary victories this week, Donald Trump expanded his lead in delegates over Cruz.
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But Cruz said during the interview that the widely-cited Associated Press total is "bogus" and that Trump will not reach 1,237.
And he directed a message at voters who are supporting the billionaire, saying they're "fed up" with the direction of the country but are "being lied to" by Trump.
"Donald Trump is playing a confidence game. It's like three-card monte. He is pretending," said Cruz.
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