Ok. This isn't hard, people

No, Donald Trump is not entitled to receive the Republican presidential nomination- until and unless he receives the votes of 1,237 delegates. Those are the rules.

Ben Shapiro herein simply, carefully, and patiently explains why no, just because Donald Trump has gotten more primary votes than anyone else, that doesn't make his nomination "the will of the people," why democracy does not demand that the convention in Cleveland nominate him, and while if he doesn't have the 1,237 delegates required to win the nomination in Cleveland the convention should feel perfectly free to nominate somebody else.

There is nothing less fair than to change the rules in the middle of the game so that you win.

Any questions?