The Morning After: Donald Trump Rails On 'Dishonorable' Ted Cruz

by Abel Hampton July 24, 2016, 5:59
The Morning After: Donald Trump Rails On 'Dishonorable' Ted Cruz

Cruz's original speech during the convention caused such a stir that his wife had to be escorted from Quicken Loans Arena while Republican delegates reportedly yelled "Goldman Sachs" - where Heidi works - at her as she fled.

"He'll come and endorse". "Yes, they have two different personalities, but that makes them a good team". And I would have said it this way, now this is the Monday Morning quarterbacking for me and I want to confess that first.

"He added, "/ To those listening, please, don't stay home in November. "It's hard to believe they spent so much time talking about me and no time talking about jobs or education or health care".

Perhaps a potential sign of Republicans uniting against Cruz, Pence continued on message Thursday morning, preparing the nation for Trump's acceptance speech that night.

Trump denied that he made fun of Cruz's wife's appearance, saying Cruz's wife, "a very lovely woman", and children were the "best thing he's got going". "Or, you could support Ted Cruz on Tuesday". "And while I'm at it, I guess I should go ahead and admit yes my dad killed JFK, he is secretly Elvis and Jimmy Hoffa is buried in his backyard".

"See, now, if I don't win, I'm going to blame Mike, right?" The crowd booed Cruz, and Trump confidante Gov. Chris Christie excoriated Cruz for not keeping his earlier pledge to endorse the party's candidate. He stood up, not just to Trump, but to the party itself. "I didn't do anything".

Donald Trump on Friday went on national TV and once again linked Ted Cruz's father with the assassination of JFK.

The celebrity mogul set about - unprompted - to refute charges put forward by Mr. Cruz earlier in the week that he had attacked the senator's wife, Heidi, and his father, Rafael, during the GOP primary.

"To those of you who don't know me, which is most of you", Pence said, laughing, "I grew up on the front row of the American dream". We had nothing to do.

Cruz delegate Eric Burlison, a Missouri House member from Springfield, said Cruz may have done more harm than good for his own political career. "We're not babies. His people are on the PAC". "We need to be rescued", she said.

He added later, "You know, the choice couldn't be more clear". But the idea that he "didn't do anything" is laughable. "I would never support him on anything", Wiegert said.

In a nutshell: So long as we're talking about the press conference, and the National Enquirer, and Lee Harvey Oswald, then we're not talking about Thursday night's dismal Trump performance.

The "Never Trump" campaign met its end this week when Donald Trump accepted the GOP nomination for president at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

Cruz responded by calling Trump's claim "nuts" and calling him a "pathological liar".


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