We talked to two top election experts to predict how a brokered GOP convention could not only unfold, but explode.
Last week's vote provides a glimpse into just how acrimonious—and potentially irreconcilable—the fight over the party's nomination might get.
No matter how things shake out at the Republican National Convention, it's safe to expect chaos in Cleveland this summer.
The Republican frontrunner said that "bad things will happen" if the party tries to usurp the nomination from him at the Cleveland convention in July.
A Boehner spokesman emphasized that the comments were only "hypothetical" in the case that none of the candidates currently running can accrue a majority of delegates.
With Trump continuing to rack up delegates and Cruz following him in second place, the GOP is increasingly reliant on an all-out convention brawl to stop them.