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Donald Trump is outraged over the Republican Party's nomination process after rival Ted Cruz captured all 34 delegates in Colorado without any votes being cast by citizens in a traditional primary process.

Trump said that what's happening to him - and to Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary - is nothing short of crooked and corrupt.

On "Fox and Friends" this morning, Judge Andrew Napolitano said that the rules may not be fair, but the Republican and Democratic Parties are "private clubs," and they can run their organizations any way they want.

Judge Napolitano explained that the courts are not going to interfere legally any more than they would with any private organization.

He said that the elites that run both parties are afraid that somebody outside of the mainstream, outside of the establishment power structure, could win the nomination, so that's why they've created this election system.

"To the extent that Trump and Bernie want to present themselves as anti-establishment candidates, this helps them do that."

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