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The Republican Party could deny Donald Trump the nomination, even if he has the most delegates come convention time in Cleveland.

Would Trump have any legal recourse if that were to happen?

Judge Napolitano says no, unless there's an obvious mistake, or a case to be made that delegates were bribed or intimidated.

He said on "Shepard Smith Reporting" that in the event of a contested convention, there's no legal requirement in Ohio for delegates to vote for the same candidate twice, even if their home state has a law requiring it.

"Are Arizona state troopers going to go to Cleveland and arrest Arizona delegates because they're changing their minds and their votes? Of course not."

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