New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said on Fox News today that Senator Ted Cruz shouldn't be lecturing anyone on intra-party fighting.
Everything Ted Cruz said about Donald Trump and immigration this weekend was hot, flaming garbage
As part of Meet the Press' new "Meet the Candidates" partnership with Facebook, Chuck Todd posed this question to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) from a viewer: "What issue or issues that you've voted on in the Senate would it most surprise people to know that you are actually in philosophical agreement with President Barack Obama, and what do you most admire about President Obama?"
GOP presidential candidate recounts his hard-partying days -- and his "spiritual" experience at the Reagan ranch
Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign has reportedly raised $14.2 million dollars. The Republican Senator from Texas is considered a 2016 candidate to watch by many in the party. While $14 million in campaign funds may be impressive when compared to some of Cruz’s Republican competition, it pales in comparison to Hillary Clinton’s funds. Show More Summary
The rise of so-called “Jade Helm 15? conspiracy theories has some in Texas starting to get riled up since they believe the federal government plans on invading this month. While many deride the conspiracy theorists for their beliefs, others say these ideas only became reasonable due to the actions of President Barack Obama. Show More Summary
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz voiced support Sunday for embattled fellow Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump Continue reading ? The post ‘I salute Donald Trump’ on immigration, Cruz says appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Republican Senator Ted Cruz and the outside groups supporting his presidential bid have raised more than $51 million in the three months since he launched his campaign for president, according to a statement from his campaign on Sunday. Cruz, who announced his candidacy on March 23 in a speech at...
Ted Cruz's presidential campaign has raised more than $14 million since the Texas senator launched his bid for the Republican presidential nomination just over three months ago, his campaign said Sunday. Continue reading ? The post Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign reports $14 million in fundraising appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Republican presidential candidate and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz offered a window into his personality on Sunday, telling NBC's "Meet the Press" how he learned to tamp down his cockiness, and what he admires most about President Barack Obama. Cruz is on a tour to promote his new book, A Time for Truth, in which he recounts his time working on the George W. Show More Summary
Meet the Press host Chuck Todd spent several minutes Sunday morning trying to extract an answer from Senator and 2016 candidate Ted Cruz (R-TX) about what the Donald Trump-saluter proposed doing with the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the country, and appeared very unhappy when he didn't get one.
Cruz Calls For US To Quit UN Rights Body Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz called Friday for the U.S. to withdraw from the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), after the body voted to condemn Israel’s conduct during the 2014 war in Gaza. The U.S. was the only country to vote...
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump has once again come in for a barrage of criticism as a result of his comments about immigration into the United States. This time Trump has latched onto the tragic murder of tourist Kate Steinle who was shot and killed Wednesday at Pier 14 in San Francisco. Show More Summary
Ted Cruz won't be condemning Donald Trump's immigration remarks, as some of his GOP rivals already have, and told Chuck Todd he even "salutes" Trump for speaking out.
With gay marriage legal, Ted Cruz wants to undermine the Constitution in the name of "religious liberty"
While Daily Show host Jon Stewart lost his patience on Thursday with Republicans — and especially Sen. Ted Cruz — for downplaying Donald Trump’s remarks denigrating undocumented immigrants, he did thank Trump for giving him enough material to carry the show until the end of his...
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) really, really, really does not like the "mainstream media." During an appearance on Glenn Beck's show Thursday, the GOP presidential candidate essentially said that there is no such thing as a "nice" reporter.
On Wednesday, President Obama hailed his administration's historic opening to Cuba as "another demonstration that we do not have to be imprisoned by the past." Formal ties have been reestablished after more than a half-century-long deep freeze. But many of his critics were not impressed. A slew of Republican presidential candidates panned the move as […]
In the wee small hours, I will appear on the humorous Fox News surrealism program, Red Eye w/ Tom Shillue, to talk about subjects such as: Hillary Clinton's crushingly banal emails. Ted Cruz's impressively awful Simpsons impersonations. ...Show More Summary