Radio host Glenn Beck is urging GOP presidential candidates Ted CruzTed CruzSanders steps up his attacks in homestretch 5 takeaways from the rush for campaign cash Carson: 'I would not want to be on the ticket or in the Cabinet’ MORE and Marco RubioMarco RubioNorth Korean official calls Trump idea of meeting 'nonsense' Senate candidate taunts Sanders: Why don't you endorse Alan Grayson? Carson: 'I would not want to be on the ticket or in the Cabinet’ MORE to team up to oppose Donald TrumpDonald TrumpFor Trump, denying risks of climate change is a losing stance Clinton allies blame Bernie for bad polls In Beverly Hills, Hillary warns of 'apocalyptic consequences' with Trump win MORE.
Beck called for a ticket of “Ted Cruz for president, Marco Rubio as vice president,” on his radio show Wednesday, according to The Blaze. Beck has already endorsed Cruz for president.
“They should announce this and run with this. This should go all over the Internet. I think this is doable, and this is absolutely unstoppable.”
Beck said the candidates would have to commit to joining forces before Florida's primary May 15 to have a chance to stop Trump.
“Florida, they would win,” he said. "But if they don’t do it before the Florida election, then we lose it to Donald Trump. And all those delegates go to Trump.”
The radio host laid out a plan for other prominent GOP figures to align themselves with a Cruz-Rubio team.
“Say our Supreme Court nominee is Mike LeeMike LeeSenate set for showdown over women in the draft Overnight Finance: Path clears for Puerto Rico bill | GOP senator casts doubt on IRS impeachment | Senate approves .1B for Zika Overnight Tech: Trade groups press NC on bathroom law MORE,” Beck said, suggesting the Utah senator as a replacement for the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
“Rand PaulRand Paul 5 takeaways from the rush for campaign cash Paul calls for end of gun-free zones The Hill's 12:30 Report MORE is going to be Treasury secretary. Ben Carson, we’re going to back you with everything we have to take Rubio’s Senate seat. How is that not a win for absolutely everybody?”
Beck’s remarks come one day after a dominant Super Tuesday for Trump. Trump won seven out of 11 states, while Cruz won three states and Rubio just one.
Overall, Trump has won 10 of the 15 nominating contests thus far.