BOOM: Ted Cruz Issues Brutal Warning To GOP About Donald Trump…

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Monday, Presidential hopeful, Ted Cruz warned the other Republican candidates that slamming Donald Trump was not a good idea. He says that it is dangerous to dismiss a candidate with this type of power.

His remarks came during an interview at one of his stops in Franklin, TN. He is doing a bus tour through the South.

I keep reading that people think that Cruz is being a powder puff on Trump. Read the article, have an open mind, and use some common sense. Why would you alienate everyone who is in his camp? These are people who do not want to vote Democrat.

Cruz is merely pointing out that it is better to let America choose based on policy and past performance than to come out as a fractured and broken base due to mud slinging from within. Why is this so difficult to understand?

POLITICO reports:

“I would… note that an awful lot of Republicans, including other Republican candidates, have gone out of their way to smack Donald Trump with a stick. Now I think that’s just foolish,” he said.

Asked why, Cruz paused and then replied, “Donald Trump had a rally in Phoenix, Ariz. [to which] between 10 and 20 thousand people came out. When you attack and vilify the people at that rally as crazies, it does nothing to help Republicans win in 2016. I’d like every single person at that rally to show up and vote in 2016, knock on doors with energy and passion, and turn this country around. If Washington politicians show contempt and condescension to those [voters,] that is a path to losing at the ballot box.”

And when asked whether he wants those voters to eventually support him, he replied, “It is my hope to earn the support of the supporters for every other candidate in 2016.”

In contrast to most of the other Republican presidential contenders, Cruz has refrained from directly condemning Trump for making comments targeted at prisoners of war and at women, even as he has indicated he doesn’t agree with the sentiments. He has said that he doesn’t want to engage in “Republican-on-Republican violence.”

Trump is far and away the biggest outsider in the group and easily the most hated. Cruz is probably second based on his actions in the Senate, and the fact that the establishment doesn’t like him. Cruz attracts Conservatives, and Trump is attracting all sorts of voters, from Conservatives to some Moderates, Independents, Democrats, and others.

Nominating Bush or any of the other people could lead to defeat. Trump has said numerous times he likes and respects Cruz. He said it again on Twitter the other day after the debate when he said Cruz did very well. There’s no need to insult and attack constantly because if Trump does stay in and wins the nomination, Cruz will be the VP candidate.

When Ted Cruz started his campaign he said he wasn’t going to attack fellow Republicans or respond to their attacks on him. I thought he was making a mistake at the time, but turns out he was right. It’s not about the personality of the candidate, it’s about the issues. He is often accused of “Republican on Republican violence” for calling Mitch McConnell a liar, yet not one person at that Republican luncheon has stepped forward to say Mitch didn’t promise the caucus that there was no deal made with the Democrats on the EX-IM bank.

This is why Trump has a lot of respect for Ted Cruz.




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