It finally happened Cruz endorsed Trump (1 Viewer)

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No biggie. Probably got Trump a few extra votes in Texas but he was going to win that state anyway. He sold his soul.

Ted Cruz expected to support Donald Trump - CNNPolitics.com

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr"><a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Breaking?src=hash">#Breaking</a>: Ted Cruz plans to endorse Donald Trump as early as Friday, several sources familiar with the decision say <a href="https://t.co/cyz4Zkxq0b">https://t.co/cyz4Zkxq0b</a></p>&mdash; CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) <a href="https://twitter.com/CNNPolitics/status/779386250402947072">September 23, 2016</a></blockquote>
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What an absolute sell out. He's not going to go crawling like a puppy back to Trump after maligning his wife and father. Yeah right. He should offer his wife up to be Trumps concubine.
 

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Cruz's statement:

"After many months of careful consideration, of prayer and searching my own conscience, I have decided that on Election Day, I will vote for the Republican nominee, Donald Trump," Cruz wrote in a Facebook post.

"A year ago, I pledged to endorse the Republican nominee, and I am honoring that commitment. And if you don't want to see a Hillary Clinton presidency, I encourage you to vote for him."

Ted Cruz endorses Donald Trump - CNNPolitics.com
Many months of careful consideration....

...of prayer....

...searching my own conscience....

 

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This pretty much confirms it. We live in a world of no consequences.


I'm pretty sure he made a deal with Priebus.
 

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All it does is illustrate which Republicans value party loyalty over patriotism and love of country. It really shouldn't even surprise anyone any more.
 
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What an absolute sell out. He's not going to go crawling like a puppy back to Trump after maligning his wife and father. Yeah right. He should offer his wife up to be Trumps concubine.
No more of a sell out than Bernie or Barry was to Hillary.

They are all sell outs.
 

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No more of a sell out than Bernie or Barry was to Hillary.

They are all sell outs.
Well... you are wrong. And unless you haven't paid any attention at all for over a year now, you know you are wrong. Hillary and Bernie went at it hard, but they didn't come close to the vile, infantile absurdity that Trump and the Republicans bathed in - for months on end.
 
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Well... you are wrong. And unless you haven't paid any attention at all for over a year now, you know you are wrong. Hillary and Bernie went at it hard, but they didn't come close to the vile, infantile absurdity that Trump and the Republicans bathed in - for months on end.
Ok
 

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Cruz selling out doesn't really surprise me. I don't mind though. He's prolly the only guy in the whole nomination process who I thought was a worse choice than Trump.

I really hope Hillary wrecks him in November. It's well past time to burn the GOP down and start over.

Really disappointed Kasich never got any traction. He's been the voice of reason since Trump won the nomination. I think he would have had a legitimate chance to beat Hillary.
 

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All it does is illustrate which Republicans value party loyalty over patriotism and love of country. It really shouldn't even surprise anyone any more.
Are you suggesting that Hillary is a patriot?
 

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