Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpCensus Bureau intends to wrap up count on Oct. 5 despite judge's order Top House Republican calls for probe of source of NYT Trump tax documents New Yorkers report receiving ballots with wrong name, voter addresses MORE on Monday shared a video depicting an angry GOP voter in Colorado lighting his party registration on fire after rival Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzSupreme Court fight should drive Democrats and help Biden Fears grow of chaotic election Senate GOP set to vote on Trump's Supreme Court pick before election MORE’s delegate sweep there.

“This is happening all over our country — great people being disenfranchised by politicians,” Trump tweeted with the clip. "Repub Party is in trouble!”


The video shows an unidentified man criticizing Colorado’s presidential convention last Saturday. Cruz grabbed all 13 of Colorado’s at-large delegates, building on the 21 he captured in the congressional district conventions last week.

“Republican Party, take note — I think you’re going to see a lot more of these,” the voter said before torching his registration form.

“I’ve been a Republican all my life, but I will never be a Republican again,” he added. "Goodbye, GOP. I will not be forced to vote for somebody that I don’t want to.

“To hell with the Republican Party. You’re toast. For the time being at least, I’ll be independent. I’m voting for Trump.”

Trump on Monday blasted the results in Colorado, arguing that they ignore the will of voters who dislike the Texas senator.

“The people out there are going crazy,” he said on Fox News’s "Fox & Friends." "They weren’t given a vote. It’s a crooked deal. The system is rigged, crooked. That’s not the way that democracy is supposed to work.”

Trump has repeatedly voiced disgust with the GOP presidential primary’s rules as Cruz nears his lead in delegates and voter support.

The outspoken billionaire leads Cruz by roughly 7 points nationwide, according to the latest RealClearPolitics average of polls. He also boasts 743 delegates to Cruz’s 545.