Colorado GOP chairman wishes Trump hadn’t brought up Colorado’s weird delegate-selection process again

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Donald Trump at the Western Conservative Conference 2016. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Back in April, the Colorado GOP held its caucus and gave all of its 34 delegates to Sen. Ted Cruz. Trump was vocally irate and Colorado GOP chairman Steve House got death threats.

Not pretty.

But when Trump was in town this week, House was present to introduce him to the Western Conservative Summit. He just wishes Trump hadn't brought up that caucus awkwardness.

"He must still be feeling the effects of it a little bit," Colorado GOP chairman Steve House told the Los Angeles Times. "If he is, he is. I didn't expect it to come up."

Still, House seems pleased with the results. He called for Trump visit after the candidate failed to show up in Colorado for the caucus and his team only made an appearance at the last minute. (They were led by Patrick Davis, who is now the head of Trump's Colorado campaign)

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