Ted Cruz got into a testy seven-minute-long exchange with a Donald Trump supporter in Indiana on Monday just a day before the state's primary.
The Texas senator and GOP presidential candidate approached a small group of Trump supporters in Marion, Indiana who were holding Trump campaign signs.
"I'm going to treat you with respect and civility even if not everyone in this process does. I'll tell you this election matters. You need someone to stand up...I appreciate your coming out," Cruz told the Trump supporter. "I'm running to be everyone's president."
"We don't want you," the man said to Cruz. "Do the math. You know you asked [John] Kasich to drop out. It's your turn. Take your own words. Time to drop out, sir."
The supporter said Trump would "definitely" reach the 1,237 delegate threshold required to clinch the GOP nomination.
Cruz asked the man what he likes about Trump.
"Everything, everything," he said. "The wall. That's the main thing. Immigration."
In response, Cruz said that Trump told The New York Times' editorial board that he wouldn't build a wall.
"You're lying," the man said. "Once again, lyin' Ted...You are the problem, politician. You are the problem."
Cruz told the man that Trump is deceiving him.
"He's the only one who's going to put us where we need to be. What are you going to do about our Second Amendment?" the Trump supporter asked Cruz.
Cruz said he has spent 20 years fighting to defend the Second Amendment, including before the Supreme Court. He said Trump supported President Bill Clinton's national ban on assault weapons. Trump has reversed that position during the current campaign. They also had an exchange about Cruz's plan to carpetbomb the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and the man accused him of saying that he would carpetbomb women and children. Cruz responded by pointing out Trump had proposed killing the family members of terrorists.
"Indiana don't want you," the man said. "Everybody vote Trump!"
Both Cruz and Trump are campaigning in Indiana ahead of the state's primary Tuesday. In the Republican race, 57 delegates are up for grabs and recent polls show Trump leading in the state ahead of Cruz and Kasich.