Trump: I’ve always liked Cruz and haven’t ruled him out as VP

posted at 11:21 am on February 5, 2016 by Allahpundit

One Red State diarist wonders whether Trump’s four-day journey from gracious concession to sober self-reflection about his ground game to shrieking about fraud and a do-over in Iowa to low-key “it’s in the past” dismissal means that he’s actually insane. Old theory: Trump is erratic. New theory: Trump is bananas.

I don’t think he’s bananas. I think this is what it looks like when a candidate decides to test out new lines of attack in real time, with the entirety of the media hanging on his every word, instead of with focus groups behind closed doors.

In a striking reversal of rhetoric, Donald Trump would not rule out Ted Cruz as his hypothetical vice-presidential pick.

“Well, I don’t know. Look, I have nothing against him. It was sort of a sad thing that happened, but I’ve always liked him,” Trump told Hugh Hewitt on his radio show Thursday, after weeks of trashing his primary rival as nasty, hypocritical and disliked.

Trump added that he has “always gotten along well” with Cruz, but that “I’m so much now focused on New Hampshire.”

What happened between Wednesday and now? My guess is that Trump concluded that crying “fraud!” over Iowa had backfired, partly because it made him look erratic and sore-loser-ish and partly because it risked annoying New Hampshirites who don’t want to spend their week listening to Trump re-run someone else’s election. That’s where the part about being “so much focused on New Hampshire” comes in. He said nearly the same thing verbatim to Anderson Cooper last night in the interview Ed blogged earlier, suggesting that that’s his new “message” when asked about the results of the caucus — even though that message, that the past is the past, is 180 degrees opposite his demand for a do-over 48 hours ago. What’s going to happen tomorrow night when he’s inevitably asked about fraud in Iowa, probably in the opening minutes of the debate? Even if he tries to duck it, Cruz is going to use it as evidence that Trump’s too unpredictable and prone to “Trumper tantrums” to be president. Does Trump double down on “fraud!” at the point or does he double down on “let’s move on”? There seems to have been no strategy here beyond him rashly tossing the charge about cheating out there, seeing if it stuck, and then dropping it cold turkey when it didn’t. It’s just like when he started calling Cruz a “maniac” for not being able to work with his Senate colleagues before the December debate, took some heat for it on the right, and then was all chummy with Cruz again on debate night. Given how serious the accusations are — election fraud! Cruz unhinged! — these aren’t trial balloons Trump is floating so much as trial zeppelins. And then, a few days later, when it doesn’t work out as well he planned, he turns around and essentially says: What zeppelin?

The really weird part of this, though, is that he’s backing off the personal attacks on Cruz too, not just the fraud claim. How can you say you’ve always liked a guy whom you’ve been calling nasty, corrupt, cronyist, a hypocrite, a “total liar,” and someone whom no one likes once they get to know him? And how can you not rule him out for VP when you’ve spent the past month arguing that he’s not constitutionally eligible to be president? Is Trump dropping that claim too? This whole weird backtrack smells like his campaign manager pulled him aside and told him that attacking Cruz relentlessly has started to hurt his own popularity, which is dangerous when he’s being threatened by a well-liked candidate in Marco Rubio. So now Trump’s going to chuck everything he’s been saying since New Year’s and try a new low-key “I’m serious and I’m staying on message” approach. Good luck, I guess.

Via the Right Scoop, here he is last night getting angry (and profane) in a much more productive way than he did with this week’s “fraud” digression.

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First, let’s look at the facts. BEFORE Iowa, Carson’s lead guy defected to Cruz. 7 of his SuperPAC supporters also defected to Cruz. Carson started downsizing his employees. Then he says he’s going home to Florida before the Iowa results are even in, and then to D.C. NOT to NH or SC – and that’s in fact what’s happened. Now he’s laid off 40% of his staff. I’d say claims by ANYONE that voting for Carson in Iowa was a wasted vote looks pretty darned correct. Now let’s go to your replies to my earlier post.

They saw the original story, Steve King referenced tweets, the Carson campaign issued a statement to the press and CNN also stated it too.

So was the Cruz campaign incompetent?

So let’s look at WHICH tweets Steve King referenced – the ONLY ones we know he actually saw. Oh, gee, it was the ones from Chris Moody saying Carson was going to Florida and not continuing the campaign trail. Of course, Jake Tapper also tweeted saying pretty much the same. Here are the Steve King tweets – with the actual Moody tweets he referenced:


Steve King ✔

#iacaucus Skipping NH & SC is the equivalent of suspending. Too bad this information won’t get to all caucus goers.

Chris Moody @moody
Carson won’t go to NH/SC, but instead will head home to Florida for some R&R. He’ll be in DC Thursday for the National Prayer Breakfast.


Steve King✔

Carson looks like he is out. Iowans need to know before they vote. Most will go to Cruz, I hope.

Chris Moody @moody
Carson won’t go to NH/SC, but instead will head home to Florida for some R&R. He’ll be in DC Thursday for the National Prayer Breakfast.

So King did NOT say that Carson had withdrawn from the race – only that it’s looking like he will. That’s quite honest. King says nothing about any on air CNN correction – or the SINGLE tweet from a Carson spokesman. Exactly how is any of this indicative of Cruz being incompetent? Oh, that’s right, it’s NOT and it’s a patently stupid thing for you to claim, because you’re trying to smear him regardless of facts and reality.

Why didn’t Carson’s people simply CALL Cruz?

Because they believed that Cruz wouldn’t stoop to that low level? Because they believed that since they categorically denied it that maybe the Cruz campaign would have the integrity to not lie about Carson?

ROFLMAO! I see. So in your twisted world, it was incompetent for Cruz to not verify a CNN report that was aired on national TV and tweeted by not only Chris Moody, but also Jake Tapper by directly calling Carson – and yet it’s NOT incompetent for Carson to fail to call Cruz directly to correct Carson’s OWN disseminated bad information. And it’s incompetent of Cruz’s people missed a single tweet from a Carson spokesman, but it’s NOT incompetent for Carson to ensure that the correction really got out and was actually KNOWN. It’s fine for Carson to make an assumption that a single tweet from ONE of his spokesmen would necessarily be seen by all and disseminated. Got it. Sheesh.

They also didn’t know that Cruz was sending calls out to precinct captains to tell people that Carson was suspending his campaign. No one did until Breitbart got the audio.

I see, so Carson was horribly incompetent and naive, and failed to realize that Cruz’s people would spread important news to the precincts where they had people placed to convince others to vote for Cruz, you know, the way CAUCUSES actually work – and where of course the voting was actually occurring. And Carson was also so horribly incompetent and naive that he did NOT have his OWN people at each precinct to make sure that the right information was being put out. Got it. Again, SHEESH.

Why didn’t Carson’s people at the precincts let everyone know that he wasn’t quitting?

They tried to after the Cruz people spoke their lies. The Texas Tribune had tweets from people at the caucuses that were not allowed to speak by the Cruz people. There were several stories about this.

WHOA BOY!! Climb down off your super sized manure spreader and stop doing a job on us all. There is NO way Cruz’s people could PREVENT Carson’s people from speaking at the caucus precincts. What’s more, that would be a HUGE story and wouldn’t be merely in a TEXAS paper no less, not even an IOWA paper.

Carson claims his WIFE saw Cruz people saying Carson was taking a break and countered it – so why didn’t SHE call Carson, tell him, and then Carson contact Cruz directly?

The Carson campaign came out against the tactics being used and issued a statement later after the caucus.

ROFL!! So you have no answer whatsoever for why Carson didn’t directly contact Cruz up front when it could have mattered, even when he supposedly was very much aware that it was a problem. As to “Carson came out…” Sorry, but initially Carson ONLY blamed CNN. What’s more, your “explanation” is: Carson was so incompetent, he couldn’t make sure the RIGHT information was being put out about his campaign BEFORE AND DURING the voting, only afterwards when it was too late.

Why is it that that night, and the next day, Carson blamed only CNN, NOT Cruz? Carson only started blaming Cruz AFTER Trump did. Why isn’t Carson also still blaming CNN? Why isn’t Carson blaming his OWN people for initially putting out confusing information? Why isn’t Carson also blaming Rubio and Paul for spreading the same information?

Because there isn’t widespread evidence that those campaigns went to the same extent that Cruz did.

So again, you have zero answers. Again, WHY did Carson ONLY blame CNN until AFTER Trump started his attacks? WHY isn’t Carson STILL blaming CNN? Why isn’t Carson blaming his own people for their initial error? And even if Rubio and Paul didn’t spread the incorrect info to the extent Cruz did, all that means is they didn’t have a good ground game like Cruz did – and Carson still should be blaming them ALL – yet all he’s “angry” about is Cruz. It’s transparently disingenuous on Carson’s part.

Carson did attack the Cruz campaign:

Carson said Tuesday he accepted the apology, but questioned whether there was a deeper “cultural issue” with Cruz’s campaign….

Again, that was LONG after the fact, and after TRUMP started the entire meme, not before. Nor does Carson attacking Cruz over it in any way answer all the questions I’ve posed – in fact it just makes those questions totally valid, and there are NO answers that puts Trump or Carson in a good light. They’re both playing dirty tricks of their own against Cruz.

All Cruz’s people did was pass along ACCURATE information that is demonstrably TRUE. Carson did go home to Florida, he went to D.C. afterwards, and he’s NOT going to either New Hampshire OR S. Carolina next – nope, he’s going to N. Carolina. All of which makes zero sense for a serious candidate.


What you mean to say is that you disagree with the position stated, but you are entirely unable to articulate any sort of cogent, meaningful, rational response supporting your own position. You therefore resort to the logical fallacy of an ad hominem attack – childish denigration and name calling in an attempt to win absent any logic or facts.

What’s more, this was a CAUCUS, not a primary. At caucuses, each candidate has people there to speak for them and try to convince people to vote for their guy instead of the other candidates. That’s the way they are SUPPOSED to work. If Carson didn’t have people there for him, that’s his fault, not Cruz’s.

You don’t smear other candidates using lies. Cruz played dirty and smeared Carson.

There was no “smear.” Nor is there any evidence of any “lies.” Again, get a dictionary and learn the meaning of the word. Being incorrect is NOT the same thing as lying. You’ve got ZERO evidence of any “lies.” In fact the evidence strongly supports a simple very understandable error – that was primarily the fault of Carson’s own people and CNN, not Cruz.

Trump’s claim that Cruz “stole” the election is similarly insane. Do the actual math. Carson did BETTER than polling would have suggested, not worse.

But only Cruz and Rubio could significantly outdo their polling right?

I have NO idea what you are trying to say with that. Carson DID outperform his polling. But perhaps you haven’t bothered to look at the DEGREE to which Carson would have had to outperform to even manage third… or the degree of “Carson votes” that would have had to go ENTIRELY to Cruz for Cruz to have “stolen” a Trump win. Little hint, the numbers don’t work and make both virtually impossible, especially since Carson DID outperform his polling results.

All I’m seeing is a bunch or irrational Cruz supporters backing corruption and fraud in the political process and then whining that Cruz is paying the price for it in New Hampshire by dropping to 5th place and that Carson is now fundraising off of it.

NWConservative on February 5, 2016 at 3:51 PM

That’s because you’re a blind Trump supporter who’s unwilling to be reasonably unbiased in your assumptions and conclusions, twisting everything to support Trump and smear Cruz. Thanks for proving that beyond doubt with your claim that Cruz is 5th in NH, when he’s THIRD and in fact in a statistical tie for 2nd. Nor have I “whined” about New Hampshire – or seen any Cruz supporters do so. It’s far too early yet to have a clue how NH will even turn out.

Silly rabbit, Carson IS fundraising off it, so is Trump. Or do you think they’ve magically stopped fundraising entirely, and that their news coverage and rally statements have nothing to do with their fundraising efforts? Facts are facts, whether you like ’em or not.

Rational Db8 on February 5, 2016 at 5:40 PM

I see you won that debate, NW.

Jose K on February 5, 2016 at 4:44 PM

Apparently. :D

NWConservative on February 5, 2016 at 5:44 PM

No, that would be you, singularly.

Yet here you are talking about Ted Cruz.

I am talking about Trump and the effect he has on your ability to use reason.

You’re talking about Trump because you wanted to change the subject because you lost the argument.

Trump got his ass handed to him in the Iowa

That would be a true statement if he got fourth place like John McCain did in 2008.

Cruz beat Trump.

Yet all we have been hearing is how well Rubio did! :D

And your boy is going down in the polling in New Hampshire. Like a rock. :D

That is the source of your misery,

Misery would entail actual misery. I am enjoying this immensely.

Had it been Rubio, I’ve no doubt your diatribes would center on him.

Rubio people are just annoying. You people are on a far different level of crazy. :D

Cheer up, NWCon. New Hampshire will likely go well for Trump if he manages to keep his foot out of his mouth between now and then.

Then you can revert to the previous nonsense you were peddling.

hillbillyjim on February 5, 2016 at 4:48 PM

Don’t like my truth-telling, skip over my posts! :)

No one is forcing you to read them. But you’re worried about Carly Fiorina beating Cruz for fifth place in New Hampshire.

It’s okay. Maybe the winner of Iowa won’t be the sub-primetime speaker this year at the convention.

Demosthenes: Speech Against Philip of Macedon (351 B.C.)

hillbillyjim on February 5, 2016 at 5:00 PM

Bears false witness.
-Ted Cruz

NWConservative on February 5, 2016 at 5:54 PM

Immolate on February 5, 2016 at 3:51 PM

Thanks Immolate!

Rational Db8 on February 5, 2016 at 5:55 PM

It occurs to me you are retarded and I don’t want to pick on the retarded kid no more.

Buttercup on February 5, 2016 at 4:31 PM

You can always try to put fingers in your ears and shout:


When people other than Ted Cruz approved speakers talk to you. :D

NWConservative on February 5, 2016 at 4:42 PM

Case in point.

The short bus will be along soon for Arts and Crafts.
Today you’ll be gluing raw elbow macaroni to construction paper to make a pretty picture and spray paint it gold! yay.
Now don’t sniff the glue or put crayons up your nose anymore ok little guy? There ya go.

Buttercup on February 5, 2016 at 5:00 PM

I would undoubtedly need a forklift or a bucket loader to grab your polyester walmart wolf t shirt with enough force to haul your fat, crazy ass off the couch let alone shake some sense into you. All that would be accomplished is that your mountain dew would get spilled into your cheetos.

But I don’t want to waste the money. :D

NWConservative on February 5, 2016 at 5:58 PM

Rational Db8 on February 5, 2016 at 5:40 PM

7:45 p.m.: CNN reports Carson is taking a break after Iowa

“Ben Carson is going to go back to Florida, to his home, regardless of how he does tonight here in Iowa. He’s going to go there for several days, and then afterwards, he’s not going to go to South Carolina, he’s not going to go to New Hampshire, he’s going to come to Washington D.C., and he’s going to do that because the National Prayer Breakfast is on Thursday,” she said.

7:50 p.m.: Carson camp clarifies he just has to go home for “fresh clothes”

Shortly before 8 p.m., a Carson spokesman tweeted the candidate was “not standing down” and was simply returning to Florida to “get fresh clothes” and dodge a winter storm in Iowa. The spokesman told TPM Carson would be in D.C. Wednesday and Thursday for a “campaign event,” and then would continue on to New Hampshire.

8 p.m.: Cruz camp notifies supporters that Carson is dropping out

Just as the Iowa caucuses were beginning, some users of the Cruz campaign’s official mobile app received a notification saying Carson was dropping out of the presidential race. The notification cited a report from CNN.

The alert said Carson “will stop campaigning after Iowa” and urged users to tell people at the caucuses “they should coalesce around the true conservative who will be in the race for the long haul: TED CRUZ!”

It also included a photo of a TV tuned to CNN, showing the network’s ever-present “BREAKING NEWS” banner paired with the headline “Campaign: Carson To Take A Break After Iowa.”

8:07 p.m. and 8:29 p.m.: Cruz campaign leaves voicemails saying Carson is ‘suspending’ campaign

Shortly after caucusing began, a caller who identified herself as a member of the Cruz campaign left two voicemails for an Iowa precinct captain to notify her Carson “is taking a leave of absence from the campaign trail.”

The caller urged the captain to tell Carson voters the retired neurosurgeon was “suspending campaigning” following the caucuses, and they should “not waste a vote on Ben Carson.”

8:20 p.m.: Rep. Steve King feeds the rumor mill

Following the Cruz campaign’s lead, Rep. Steve King (R-IA), who endorsed Cruz in November, tweeted: “Carson looks like he is out.”

Steve King

Carson looks like he is out. Iowans need to know before they vote. Most will go to Cruz, I hope.
5:20 PM – 1 Feb 2016

Carson told Fox News that his wife, Candy, had to set the record straight at one precinct.

“She spoke at one of the caucus sites and before she got there one of the Cruz people had again disseminated that information to the crowd,” Carson said. “One of the organizers told her ‘I’m so glad you’re here, so you could set the record straight.’ And she did and we actually won in that precinct.”

The Cruz campaign apologized for disseminating the misinformation later in the day, calling the messaging “a mistake from our end.” The campaign conceded in a statement to CNN that it should have followed up with a corrected report about Carson was staying in the race, but argued it was “fair game” for surrogates to disseminate the news that Carson was leaving the campaign trail when it first broke.

Cruz blamed Ben Carson for the lies he told.

You Cruz true believers all have amnesia and have had reality denying filters implanted in your brains to deny anything your false God Ted Cruz tells you to deny.

Don’t forget to end your posts with:


NWConservative on February 5, 2016 at 6:01 PM

7:50 p.m.: Carson camp clarifies he just has to go home for “fresh clothes”

Shortly before 8 p.m., a Carson spokesman tweeted the candidate was “not standing down” and was simply returning to Florida to “get fresh clothes” and dodge a winter storm in Iowa. The spokesman told TPM Carson would be in D.C. Wednesday and Thursday for a “campaign event,” and then would continue on to New Hampshire.

Again, you base everything on a single tweet from an unnamed Carson spokesman — and a totally unfounded assumption that the Cruz people MUST have seen that tweet. Never mind that NONE OF THE CARSON PEOPLE EVER BOTHERED TO CALL CRUZ OR HIS PEOPLE, even though they supposedly knew the Cruz folks had the wrong impression – and impression that is totally reasonable from the information that was put out by multiple sources.

Clearly actual facts and evidence makes zero difference to you.

Rational Db8 on February 5, 2016 at 6:22 PM

He must be off his med’s.

Tater Salad on February 5, 2016 at 11:28 AM

“Meds”is plural. Not possessive, dingus. Lemme guess: a product of “public” education and “TEEVEE TOLD MEEEEEE!!!”?

Judge_Dredd on February 5, 2016 at 6:41 PM

Trump White House-day after inauguration.

Trump: Putin says he’s getting more p*ssy than I am. Nuke him.

Staff: Sir, only Congress has the authority to declare war.

Trump: This isn’t war it’s a retaliatory strike.

Staff: Traditionally more people would be involved in making this decision due to the potential ramifications.

Trump: Nuke him.

Staff: Sir, you’ll need to put that in writing and sign it.

Trump puts it in writing and signs it.

Russia is nuked by US.

Day 2:

Staff: Sir, Russia is threatening to retaliate for our nuclear attack.

Trump: What nuclear attack?

Staff: The attack you ordered yesterday.

Trump: I never ordered an attack.

Staff: You put it in writing and signed it.

Trump: That’s in the past. Let it go.

talkingpoints on February 5, 2016 at 8:23 PM

If Cruz agrees to run as Trump’s VP and they are elected, can Cruz invoke Starfleet order 104 Section C?

Should it be proven that the flag officer is psychologically unfit for command, the ranking officer can replace him.

talkingpoints on February 5, 2016 at 8:25 PM

It also included a photo of a TV tuned to CNN, showing the network’s ever-present “BREAKING NEWS” banner paired with the headline “Campaign: Carson To Take A Break After Iowa.”

I saw it on their website last Monday night during the caucuses.

I’m still mystified by this outrageous outrage.

CNN reported it.

The Cruz campaign passed it on.

Why is this a crime against God and man?

Everyone knows Carson isn’t going to make it-he’s out of money and laid off half his staff. What was wrong with the Cruz campaign pointing it out? It seems like a big tempest over nothing, just like Trump’s birther smear (which he appears to have overcome) and the non-tithing smear and evangelicals don’t come from Cuba smear and Cruz borrowed money from GS so they own him (like Trump hasn’t borrowed from every bank in NY), etc.,etc.

talkingpoints on February 5, 2016 at 8:36 PM

Nice theory.

Except he wasn’t so ready to move on 2 days ago.

Bitter Clinger on February 5, 2016 at 11:42 AM

When people are emotionally invested in a thing they will imagine anything at all in order to put that thing in a positive light. Anyone with an objective bone in their body knows Trump is changing his tune because whining was a mistake. If it wasn’t he’d still be whining today.

NotCoach on February 5, 2016 at 11:45 AM

Objective bones are hard to find in primary season.

There Goes the Neighborhood on February 6, 2016 at 12:30 AM


Torcert on February 5, 2016 at 3:15 PM

You’ve arrived at the root of all contention in politics.

I believe things about my candidate that are the best possible interpretation of that thing. I believe things about the rival candidate that are the worst possible interpretation of that thing. Together, the two beliefs combine to form a toxic image of truth that is wholly incompatible in every way with the other guy’s point of view.

It doesn’t matter that me and the other guy truly believe what we believe, or that our beliefs are completely contradictory. Advocacy is the enemy of rationality. The only way we can be completely rational about the candidates is to be completely dispassionate.

In other words, it’s impossible.

Immolate on February 5, 2016 at 3:35 PM

There’s a lot of truth to that, although I disagree it’s impossible. It may be impossible for two different camps to come to complete agreement, but there can be some agreement, if people stick to the facts rather than their assumptions. And at least the remaining disagreements are honest, and just reflect the different places hey started from.

Of course, some are only interested in pushing an agenda, and have no interest in trying to establish the truth. This gets to be a problem in the primary season, when it seems some people suddenly decide to get involved in Hot Air just to push their candidate.

There Goes the Neighborhood on February 6, 2016 at 1:45 AM

It also included a photo of a TV tuned to CNN, showing the network’s ever-present “BREAKING NEWS” banner paired with the headline “Campaign: Carson To Take A Break After Iowa.”

From NW Conservative.

Total lie by Cruz. How dare his campaign show information from CNN?

talkingpoints on February 6, 2016 at 8:30 AM

A brief summary of Trump supporter positions as I understand them (and I just jumped off the Trump train this week with the discard the Iowa results that I lost by 6000 votes)

Trump:Cruz is a Canadian anchor baby-clever political strategy/pandering.

Trump:I would consider Cruz for VP-clever political strategy/pandering

Trump: I will not appear on the Fox debate if Kelly moderates-clever political strategy/pandering.

Trump: I will appear on the debate if Fox donates $5,000,000 to my Foundation-clever political strategy/pandering.

Trump: I never said that I wouldn’t participate in the debate if Kelly is moderating-clever political strategy/pandering.

Trump: Cruz repeated a CNN press release at the caucuses. The election results should be discarded-clever political strategy/pandering.

Trump: Cruz committed illegal election fraud- clever political strategy/pandering.

Trump (next day): I would consider Cruz for VP-clever political strategy/pandering.

Trump-I support Planned Parenthood-clever political strategy/pandering.

Trump: I would support advancing gay equality-clever political strategy/pandering.

Trump: Let’s deport all illegals and let the good ones back in-Core Trump belief which he will not change.

Trump: Let’s make Mexico build a wall on their US border-Core Trump belief which he will not change.

Trump: Let’s keep all Muslims out of the US-Core Trump belief which he will not change.

talkingpoints on February 6, 2016 at 8:43 AM

Mark Levin said it best the other night. If Cruz was born in Canada he can’t be Vice Pres. Remember Donaldo the Great?

Herb on February 6, 2016 at 10:53 AM

Trump lives in a bubble. A Trump made bubble where he plots and conspires to be great. In this bubble is his people. They are a lot of yes men. He’s not crazy, just spoiled and convinced by his own fame.

Now that he’s in the real world, he doesn’t know how to act. He swings all directions because, and I repeat, not a man of great moral conviction.

He’ll either straighten up and get serious, or flame out.

archer52 on February 6, 2016 at 11:12 AM

You managed to paste the entire Cruz quote verbatim except this at the end:
That was a mistake from our end, and for that I apologize to Dr. Carson.”

You really are a dishonest hack but hey if this Iowa flack keeps you Chumps from discussing Donald’s stance on any issue then you’re all over it.

Buttercup on February 5, 2016 at 2:25 PM

That was copied verbatim from CNN’s website that Cruz issued the statement to.

Here let me outright copy more of the article for you dim bulb.

NWConservative on February 5, 2016 at 2:38 PM

Liar. I don’t care what articles you cherry pick and selectively copy/paste sentences from. That isn’t the entire quote and you know it.
I did a quick search and every page I found had the quote in its entirety and these sites are far from friendly to Cruz or any GOP but you managed to find one that didn’t. Because you’re a Chump

Here let me outright copy the links for you Chump.

Buttercup on February 6, 2016 at 12:22 PM