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Ted Cruz and Donald Trump have all the time had a, let’s say, fascinating relationship. And by fascinating, I imply that whereas on the marketing campaign path to clinch the Republican seat for the 2016 presidential election, Trump repeatedly belittled and abused the Texas Senator, treating him like a proverbial punching bag.

Apart from actually insulting his spouse, the Trump-friendly Nationwide Enquirer hit Cruz beneath the belt by working a salacious story about him allegedly dishonest on Heidi with 5 mistresses, which definitely didn’t assist his already maligned marketing campaign. Oh, after which there was that entire JFK factor, too.

Which is why, contemplating all of this, it appears odd that Ted Cruz penned the entry for Trump’s entry for the Time Most Influential Folks checklist, which begins proper out describing the president as a “flash-bang grenade thrown into Washington by the forgotten women and men of America.”

Oh, and it will get a lot worse from there.

The identical cultural protected areas that blinkered coastal elites to candidate Trump’s reputation have rendered them blind to President Trump’s achievements on behalf of strange Individuals. Whereas pundits obsessed over tweets, he labored with Congress to chop taxes for struggling households. Whereas rich celebrities introduced that they’d flee the nation, he fought to convey again jobs and industries to our shores. Whereas speaking heads predicted Armageddon, President Trump’s robust stand towards North Korea put Kim Jong Un again on his heels.

It’s like, do you also have a backbone in any respect, Ted Cruz? It was one factor for him to truly endorse Trump for president, which was unhealthy sufficient, however comprehensible from a saving face for his get together standpoint. However nobody (that we all know of) held a gun to Cruz’s head to drive him to put in writing such glowing reward of 45, as many are declaring on Twitter.

In different information, a brand new Quinnipiac College ballot of Texas voters out this week predicts the race between Cruz and Democrat Rep. Beto O’Rourke “too near name,” placing his Senate seat in jeopardy in November. Sure, Ted Cruz, a Republican, may very well lose to a Democrat within the purple state of Texas.

(By way of Time)

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