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"I am not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and attack my father," Cruz told the Texas GOP delegation Thursday morning.
The Republican National Convention has been rife with controversy, crowning Donald Trump as the Republican presidential nominee despite heavy protest. The upheaval included jeers at Ted Cruz, who said on Wednesday that he wasn’t ready to endorse Trump. Show More Summary
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Donald Trump is set to accept the Republican presidential nomination this evening, though whether he does it to the sax solo from “Careless Whisper” on repeat remains to be seen. Ted Cruz said he isn’t a “servile puppy,” which is true because puppies don’t like soup. Show More Summary
“I am not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and who attack my father" he said.
Lyin’ Ted Cruz doubled down this morning on his repulsive career-ending speech at the RNC. Cruz told the Texas delegation,... The post Lyin’ Ted Cruz Doubles Down, Tells Delegates “I Will Not Be Servile Puppy Dog to Trump Campaign” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
CLEVELAND — Ted Cruz on Thursday delivered an impassioned defense of his Wednesday-night speech that prompted loud boos and jeers from the Republican National Convention audience. During a breakfast with the Texas delegation, Cruz took...Show More Summary
CRUZ TELLS TEXAS DELEGATES: I won’t be a “servile puppy dog” to a man who attacked my wife and father. Related: Ted’s Calculation.
On Thursday morning—after he was booed at the Republican convention the night before—a defiant Sen. Ted Cruz declared that he would not grovel "like a servile puppy" to endorse Donald Trump, the man who attacked his wife and father.Show More Summary
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"This is not politics! I will tell the truth!"
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz staunchly defended his decision not to endorse Donald Trump, saying on Thursday he was not the Republican presidential candidate's "servile puppy dog" in a damaging rift at the party's convention ahead of the Nov. 8 election.
Said Ted Cruz, explaining, the morning after, why he took up a speaking slot at the convention and the failed to perform on his pledge to endorse the GOP candidate. But it seems that Trump knew Cruz wasn't going to endorse..."He didn't...Show More Summary
Ted Cruz, who last night refused to endorse Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump in his speech at the GOP Convention and was booed for it, defended himself in a speech to Texas delegates this morning. Cruz said the pledge that he had si… Read The post Ted Cruz Blasts Trump for Attacking Family, Says He’s No ‘Servile Puppy Dog’ – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Ted Cruz, who drew the ire of the RNC crowd when he refused to endorse Donald Trump on Wednesday night, explained this morning that his decision was indeed personal. “I am not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and attack my father,” the Texas senator said at his home state’s delegation breakfast in Cleveland on Thursday. Show More Summary
"I am not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and attack my father," the Texas senator said.
Ted Cruz explained his reasons for not endorsing Donald Trump last night, saying ' I am not going to nonetheless come like a servile puppy dog and say, ‘Thank you very much for maligning my wife and maligning my father.’” Source: The Hill Sen. Show More Summary
In his first statement since unleashing the fury of Trump supporters at the RNC, Ted Cruz on Thursday morning defended distancing himself from Donald Trump, saying he won't vote for Trump "like a service pully dog", adding that he is...Show More Summary
Hours after receiving boos and jeers for not endorsing Donald Trump at the 2016 Republican National Convention, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) doesn’t seem to be changing his mind. Speaking at a breakfast Thursday morning with the Texas delegation...Show More Summary