Donald Trump's team put together a little video of some of the attacks against Ted Cruz by the former GOP candidates who have recently endorsed Cruz. Trump then tweeted the Instagram post Thursday. "With friends like these, who needs enemies?" the caption says.
Trump's strategy is to argue that Republican establishment candidates are teaming together against him, even if it means supporting a candidate they villified until now.
In an in-depth interview, the Texas Republican shares his thoughts on school safety, Democrat obstructionism, and Trump’s "incredibly consequential" decisions on Iran and Israel. -- https://www.dailysignal.com
Do perfil do professor e pesquisador Pablo Ortellado no Facebook. Caro Senador Ted Cruz: Nós somos os líderes e amigos dos principais movimentos populares de direita, conservadores e liberais no Brasil. Nos últimos anos, sem qualquer tipo de apoio da ... -- https://www.diariodocentrodomundo.com.br
Two months ago, I marched to Ted Cruz's office alongside Mayor Turner, Chief Acevedo, and other teenagers who had organized the Houston March For Our Lives with me; an estimated 15,000 people marched behind us. We chanted as we walked, ... -- https://www.houstonchronicle.com
“Very cool. After spending all day in the Senate Armed Services Committee, I went to dinner & suddenly, in to the restaurant walked...@TheSlyStallone From Rocky to Rambo to a ton of other movies that I’ve watched over and over, really ... -- https://twitter.com
This morning Ted Cruz briefly weighed in on Trump’s cancelling of the N. Korean summit in a Houston radio interview. Listen: Ted Cruz says that nobody should be surprised that Trump had to ca… -- http://therightscoop.com
The fact that his negative approval rating exceeds his positive approval rating means he will have a somewhat challenging re-election. -- https://www.redstate.com
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