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On On the Record, Donald Trump elaborated on how he thought Ted Cruz "stole" the Iowa caucuses.

Trump said Cruz committed fraud when he sent out official-looking "voting violation" letters to Iowa residents and knowingly spread a false rumor that Ben Carson had dropped out of the race.

"I think what he did is disgusting...I think it was a disgrace that he did it, and I don't think it should be even allowed. I think those votes should be taken away, and there were plenty of them."

He suggested that the votes that went to Cruz as a result of these tactics might have gone to himself and led him to win.

Trump also accused Cruz of pushing a falsehood that he supports Obamacare.

"He really lies. I now know how why theres not one U.S. senator who's supporting him...and why everybody considers him to be not a very nice person."

Trump continued: "What he did to Ben Carson was a disgrace...Everybody knew he didn't quit and Cruz knew he didn't quit...And after the election was over, he apologized to him. A lot of good that does."

When asked by Greta Van Susteren whether it could have been a mistake and not dirty tricks, Trump said that Cruz did it on purpose.

Watch the full interview above.

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