Ted Cruz is savage af
please, even his father is voting donald
Cruz is intelligent enough to dominate everyone on that stage, but not alpha enough to stump Trump
Only on the birther issue, Cruz won.
But on the NY question, he got destroyed by Trump. He was so blown the fuck out he had to applaud him to control the damage. Reminder that NY primary is worth 29 points, while Iowa is just worth 6 points.
And then he got RAPED, BLOWN THE FUCK OUT, and even *BOOED* when Rubio proved he was a political hack.
He did well but It will not propel him any further, he's still at a dead heat with Cruz and Carson eating up his potential supporters. He didn't manage to take down Trump, he came close, but he didn't go for the throat when he should have and allowed Trump to regain his footing and shrug it off.
He dominated everyone but Trump. He's impressive but you have to understand the consequences of that 10 minute talk about his Canadian birth did. While he held his own that he might be able to win in court to be president, Trump planted the seeds of doubt that the democrats will sue (which they willthe if) and tie him up in court for 2 years. There's also the fact that a lot of Cruz supporters aren't even aware that he was born in Canada. 10 minutes is a long time to talk about an issue and there were millions of Americans watching who turned to their friends and family and said "Cruz was born in Canada?"
He's tainted goods now. Even if Cruz won the exchange, just bringing up the issue alone is enough to hurt him in the long run.
I think Ted and Trump planned this shit about New-Yoork before the debate in some private exchange. I think Cruz told to Trump that he will set himself up for an easy attack to let his numbers go down but in exchange Trump guaranteed him the vice.
This is true, but you have to admit that Cruz is starting to get more aggressive, and is actually able to make a stand for himself against Trump. I'd certainly be interested to see what happens come next debates.
Trump sent a few hundred men to help at ground zero. He was actively involved in the cleanup and even proposed a replacement.
Trump IS New York, but that's not a bad thing for some rat-faced weasel to belittle him for.
I could defiantly see the left bringing up some bullshit lawsuit, so in that regard I agree with that assumption. However, I honestly feel like farther down the line, if this stays prominent, Cruz will most likely get a final court ruling as to whether or not he's eligible to run just to shut everyone up.
Labels didn't matter that thay. People was able to skip go clubbing around like faggots and do everything they could to help, like bringing bottles of water to the firefighters (there's a picture somewhere I can't find it).
Don't forget 9/11 was the reason why everyone reelected Bush so Trump can bring back memories of putting aside political affiliation and vote republican regardless.
You might think the roaring response to MUH 9/11 is illogical, but it's not like Cruz's attack was grounded on logic. He was painting an us guys vs them guys scenario, and Trump makes everyone level Americans and wipes this divide by invoking the 9/11 relief efforts.
Then why didn't Cruz stand his ground? Why did Cruz think it was a big enough deal to clap for? Cruz conceded that there's a lot more to NY than his stereotyping and that Canada thing comes back because Canadians won't share that solidarity.
NYer Reporting in. Yeah, cause NY is really liberal as fuck but a lot of people in the woodwork don't vote so if they come out it may be a bit astounding. Also I live in the only red county so I know he's got at least one NY county.
>mfw retards think a lawsuit against Cruz would go anywhere
>mfw Trumpettes unironically think it's okay when Trump plays the 9/11 card
>mfw Trumpettes think he won the debate
What damage? Trump gave a beautiful response to Cruz's divisiveness that everybody is praising today. Cruzbots need to get out of their little Christian Glenn Beck bubble.
Cruz, as a foreigner to this country, made the mistake of thinking we as Americans hate all New Yorkers as a matter of course. But that's not and never has been true. All Cruz did was cement himself further as "the foreigner" and "the other" that doesn't get this country.
You're kidding right? At best, Cruz pulled a draw over the natural born citizen thing, Trump's concern is genuine that Cruz will have an issue, this has been talked about of the liberal side for months now.
As for the rest of the debate, Trump dropped a tactical nuke over the New York thing. It was so devastating of a counter that Cruz was cucked into clapping for Trump, and that's when trump went in for the kill; you could see the look of horror as Cruz realized he had been baited into a bad spot as soon as Trump mentioned 9/11.
So Cruz pulled a draw at best over the birther issue while being so baited and destroyed over the New York thing, that you notice Cruz avoided directly sparring with Trump for the rest of the debate. He literally rolled over onto his back, begging to be accepted for the VP slot.
That trump went on Russert and talked about New York values like gun control
>that everybody is praising today
The only people I have seen are liberal New Yorkers
Like everybody. Again, you guys are trapped in a little bubble with your foreign-born candidate and his handful of supporters. Just google Trump Cruz right now. Everybody is saying Trump wont hat exchange and that Cruz looked out of touch. And why wouldn't he be? I will keep saying it: He is not one of us.
Last night can only hurt Cruz. It taught millions of viewers that Ted Cruz was not born in America, a fact many still don't even know, and it showed that Cruz is divisive panderer looking to play on the prejudices of middle America without actually understanding middle America. We are far, far more wary of a Cuban-Canadian citizen than a fellow white American who just happens to be from NYC.
I don't even care anymore, to be honest. Last night was so decisive, I view Cruz as little more than Carson tier now. You guys will see soon enough.
Cuckservative territory. And based Scott Adams always destroyed Lutz' cuckservative focus group:
Trump's right, since the court will find in his favor he needs to erase any doubt about his eligibility. The Dems tried to use it against Obama, no doubt they'll use it against Cruz
I agree with Cruz on the concern about Trumps NY values. He was pro gun control before.
Unfortunately Trump is the only one who is taking PC culture head on, thats whats making the difference here.
Oh but don't you know? Cruzfags think that Obama's activist liberal judges that he has been appointing to the courts for 7 years are trustworthy and would never try to fuck over the Republicans, and the mainstream media isn't an arm of the Democrat Party and would never be unfair and unbalanced and report Cruz's ineligibility scandal on its front pages to fuck over his campaign.
This is what Cruz's cuckservative band actually believe. They've been reduced to implicitly defending Obama judges and the liberal media.
All that fucking talking just to say basically, "No, I have no interest in getting this taken care of in a reasonable time frame."
If I knew I was a citizen and there were people questioning me, for fair reason, I would smother that shit in the crib real quick.
All he did was remain questionable in the end.
> +2 charisma
> -5 conflict resolution
> debuff: question mark
His wife was part of the CFR task force on North American union..aka the American version of EU..open borders and all. She had an opportunity to dissent and instead just said she liked the report and supported the recommendations
>Trump is the only one who is taking PC culture head on
These are "New York values"; being straightforward and saying what the fuck you mean even though people may not like it. 40%+ of New Yorkers vote Republican, and Cruz alienated millions of potential voters
Trumps wife isn't bad. She's cool af. Hillary is bad. And it does affect bill. The values and stances of a partner should most definitely be taken into account when analyzing a candidate.
His wife is an executive at Goldman Sachs, a member of the Wall Street wing of the political establishment, and advocates for a North American Union. Cruz funded his Senate campaign with a loan from Goldman Sachs (while Heidi Cruz was an executive there). You don't think Ted will feel beholden to Goldman Sachs while in office? Why wouldn't he? Because he says so?
He also says he's a natural born citizen, but look how that's working out for him. He says a lot of things. But where there's smoke, there's fire. Trusting Ted Cruz is akin to trusting Goldman Sachs and the Council on Foreign Relations (establishment neoconservative think tank).
Rubio was right about the flip flops
I don't understand why he let rubio go off on him for like 30 seconds straight without shouting anything out
His response was half the things rubio said were lies, well yell that shit out then senpai, take the bite out of his tirade
You would never see trump making a mistake like that
You have no idea what you're talking about, last night is what will be what killed Cruz.
>>61078234 is absolutely correct, Trump is the winner of the birther issue because Trump portrayed it as a "can we afford to take a chance, I'm not saying I'd sue but the democrats would"
He planted a seed of doubt, shit like that sticks.
Then he completely destroyed him on the 9/11 question. People like you shill that Trump was Stumped after every single debate but in reality you have no idea what you're talking about, and this was in my opinion one of Trump's best nights ever.
Even the media didn't try to shill that other people won, at least not as bad as they usually do.
>attacks millions of Americans for their alleged lack of values
>somehow 9/11 isn't acceptable even though it's the complete antithesis of what Cruz was saying
Man, British genes are really fucked aren't they?
Cruz's attack was funny and had me cheering for a little bit towards the beginning but then I snapped back to reality when Trump spoke and realized this issue has already been resolved by Cruz and Trump before and it was nothing more than a repeat of the interviews
>Cruz:Talking about my citizenship is a waste of my time and everyone's
>Trump:No its not, The Democrats will attack you on that issue if you become my VP or become the nominee, get a declaratory statement from a judge just so its not a question for voters
Trump's answer is perfectly reasonable and I don't know why the crowd was so against it and him at that statement, he was basically just giving Cruz a tip to tighten up his weak spots.
Trump said "I'm winning Iowa now", as cliche and tacky as "muh polls" are, Cruz had no response.
Trump got the upper hand in the birth debate because he was able to deflect all accusations to dems and lawyers. He pulled the "it's not me, it's the dems that'll pursue this". When Cruz said it "Oh it's just Harvard liberal lawyers", that proved Trump's point that it's the dems that'll go after him, making him a major risk as a candidate.
The New York thing was a major fuckup. Trump invoked "muh 9/11" perfectly, and named Buckley as a famous conservative scholar from NY.
Rubio called him out for flip-flopping too.
Cruz is bruised.
>Ted Cruz stumps the Trump???
i ask this myself. i am just watching the GOP and taking a short break now, china was the last issue and seriously, Trump had a hard time there.
I wouldn´t consider it stumping, but so far, Trump didn´t outshine the others like usual.
I will finish watching now, hope it get´s better in the last 30min.
>audience booo on Trump
>they applaude like crazy for a stuttering Jeb who talks ballshit or just says the same someone else said before
Is that audience bought?
It probably wont hurt Cruz except in NH if it gets to the final for him.
But many NE states are not winner take all so it will hurt Cruz.
The NY values statement applies more to the cuck Christie.
I've seen exactly one (1) use of 9/11 in a political context that wasn't tacky or abusing the memory of the dead for crass political purposes.
That one use was last night. Trump was 100% right to bring up 9/11.
That's a type of debate moment that, if it happened in a general election debate, would have lasting effects and be talked about for a long time by the press.
Trump, the man known as and described by the media as a blusterous blockhead, out of nowhere displays some of the kindest sincerity you'd ever see in a political setting.
Cruz 'won' the birther argument, but lost the war since we're still talking about it, AND everyone now knows he was born in Canada.
The entire birther thing was un-winnable, and Cruz's best bet was to just ignore it.
As far as the New York Values fight... Trump handed Cruz his ass on that one. Blew him the FUCK out.
>Fox Business News Debate
>Not a bought audience
They are all clearly Establishment plants, question is why the establishment is still hanging on Bush, Kasich, and Christie when they clearly have no chance. They need to shift their weight to Rubio or Cruz and fast if they want to beat Trump.
It's true; I've seen 9/11 used as a defense and a talking point for most of my entire life (born in 93 here) and it just became a dead horse that was beaten to a paste. But what Trump showed last night came off as some honest to god sincerity on the issue, you could tell Trump was there, not just watching it all on tv unfold but was on the ground or was at his office when it all went down. No one has a closer connection on that stage than Trump to NY, so anyone attacking NY has every right to be stumped by Trump with the 9/11 card.
Ted Cruz is great
>we can't trust him to fly across the country to vote on something we have no support for
The guy is busy trying to become the president, it's not a big deal if he does not vote on rands DOA bills
>The guy is busy trying to become the president
So he's just another lazy spic then. That's the problem with him. He's being paid to vote in the Senate. That is literally his job.
Do you think Trump doesn't go over the business deals he has to as part of running his company? He's literally running for President AND building a hotel in Washington, D.C. right now. And has already taken time out of his campaign to oversee that construction project.
Workaholic versus ambitious social climber too lazy to take two red-eye flights so he can do his job. Gee, I wonder who is the more American of these two.
>Cruz calls NYC lefties
>not many conservatives come out of NYC
>muh 9/11 we smelled death we are good people
So being attacked by terrorists, rescuing people and cleaning up afterwards make you right wing conservatives?
Donald did not dispute that NY if full of leftists, he simply brought up a tragedy so people would get emotional and ignore Cruz's statement about his political past and the voting record of NYC
muh 9/11 was deflection and Cruz can't follow of a muh 9/11 without pissing dumb americans off
He got his "NYC is full of libs and Trump was one of them" out and anyone with more than two brain cells firing understood it.
My concern with Cruz is his wife, his audit the fed absense, and his VAT.
I prefer Carson's or Paul's tax plan.
Ultimately it seems I will vote Trump, unless he shows he is a RINO after the primary, then I will vote libertarian and hope for the best.
>He's being paid to vote in the Senate. That is literally his job.
And if he had the outcome would have been exactly the same, a landslide against Rands proposal and Cruz would have wasted precious election time making you feel fuzzy inside about a useless bill
>spend my time campaigning to win the presidency and attempt to do something about this country?
>or fly across the country so I can back up Rands dead proposal?
>nobody posted pic related yet
Cruz literally killed himself with the NY values comment
A high profile presidential candidate (unlike the joke Rand has become) taking a single day off from his vanity campaign to do his job in Washington would have given more voice to the issue. It would have drew more attention to it.
Cruz is a terrible leader. I really don't see how people can't see that. True leaders look at moments like that as an opportunity, not an inconvenience. Does anyone have any doubts that Trump would have showed up to vote and turned it into a whole thing to benefit his campaign AND the country?
All Ted Cruz does is "lead" from behind. Over and over again. It's fucking disgusting.
Rand is in a shitty spot, and the media certainly wont help him as they tried with Fiorina and Jeb.
If he is full blown Ron high energy, normies will think he is crazy, paranoid. If he is too "controlled", his base people accuse him of being a "sell out".
I've had a lot of back-and-forth with other anons about this and my conclusion is this: Cruz made a good point but bungled the delivery. He should have made it about rural vs urban and not singled out NYC. It played into Trumps hands and Trump took full advantage of it.
While I don't consider >muh 9/11 a legitimate response, half of the population is below median intelligence.
Why don't we have an alternative vote already bros? At least for the primaries.
That way voting Libertarian isn't a democrat vote.
damn, Ted Cruz got stumped so hard by Rubio
and no, Cruz didn´t stump Trump, but he tried many times. But i guess, Trump can´t be stumped. Too bad he didn´t stump others this time, maybe he tries to go easy on them now, since they have to back him up at the end of the day.
>True leaders look at moments like that as an opportunity, not an inconvenience.
An opportunity to vote on a bill that the media will ignore that WILL lose in a landslide, as the president he could simply not pass funding for the fed.
>never sign funding bills for the fed
>waste time and vote for losing bill
>be completely ignored and lose campaign time to win presidency
Rural vs urban would not has specifically helped him like NYC
NYC has a long history of fucking over NY and electing dipshit mayors and governors.
Cruz pointed out that Trump was for a long time one of those new yorkers destroying NY
If anything comes of last nights squabble it will be
>libshits in NYC that were voting left anyways vote left
>cruz gains support from the rest of the country and upstate NY
>libshits NYCers that would have voted left may see Trump in a better light for defending NYC
>Country sees Cruz in a positive light for attacking NYC libs
Trump won the Natural born discussion hands down.
Not only was he FACTUALLY RIGHT, but the fact that Cruz just brushes all criticisms aside, pretending that he knows the constitution better than Professors of Constitutional and Common Law is just disturbing. Does he not take the constitution seriously?
And why would anyone vote for a candidate they know will cause so much controversy and legal issues in the future?
It will be a wasted vote, which is why Trump surpassed Cruz in the last 3 consecutive Iowa polls.
Well we need ranking voting very badly, luckily, Trump will be way better than a Bush or Fiorina, Kasich, Christie. Those cucks need to gtfo, and thankfully Trump has smashed them.
>damn, Ted Cruz got stumped so hard by Rubio
He didn't though, he called him out for basically being cuban hillary clinton and then rubio lied 11 times, the only reason rubio is 10%+ is because jeb is essentially dead and he is the GOPs backup
>An opportunity to vote on a bill that the media will ignore that WILL lose in a landslide, as the president he could simply not pass funding for the fed.
No, a true leader would have MADE the media take notice. Like Trump does on a daily fucking basis. Cruz doesn't understand a thing about that. He's not a true leader by any stretch of the definition of the word. He's a life-long government bureaucrat who has spent his entire career as part of the Washington machine and doesn't know how to lead and make people stand up and take notice.
debate seemed a little shaky for trump in first birther question but he did bring up the born in canada issue and then straight up humiliated cruz with the new york values comment. overall trump did a lot better than cruz i think
Everyone from MSNBC to FOXNEWS think Cruz blew it, and that clip is being played over and over again today.
Cruz got beat so bad he clapped Trump... That's just... BTFO.
Though the statement about recirocal taxation is true, I think Trump understands you have to bluff and risk choas, we beat USSR with militaristic brinksmanship and spending, China must be beat with economic brinksmanship.
I honestly thought that Trump looked like a moron by trying to bring up a terrorist attack 15 years ago in response to the very true observation that New York liberalism has been poisoning the rest of the country for years. I liked both Trump and Cruz before, but now that they've divorced I gotta go with Ted.
Holy shit lads
he's asking jew yorkers for money
Not only that, but he has taken $10 million from New York City hedge fund manager Robert Mercer.
Cruz sure likes that New York money when he's selling himself to puppet masters in the donor class.
The man's a fucking neocon snake.
Ted LOVES that Gay New York Jew money.
>Like most white americans
Most white Americans are descended from English settlers you mongrel dog, not German peasants who came in after the real work of building the country was done.
finally done watching. Trump won this in the end.
Cruz and Rubio looked bad in the last half.
They went full attackmode but lied so fucking much all the time, that in the end, they looked just like a bunch of hacks.
>Carson asleep all the time
>Jeb has a stuttering issue and sweats way too much
>Christie is in the wrong party
Trump will be republicans candidate, there is no way these clowns can beat him
You're delusional. Cruz has none of the cross-over appeal that Trump has. Trump already has 20% Democrat cross-over, and he hasn't even started trying to appeal to them in a general election yet.
Meanwhile, Cruz suffers from (a) relative obscurity, (b) being a Canadian and not an American, (c) coming off to most people as creepy, phony, and unlikable, and (d) another entry in a long line of Evangelical conservatives that a majority of the country simply does not want to see in the White House.
Add to that the fact that he has shown no media savvy whatsoever and has no apparent ability to control the national discourse like Trump can and does, and the media will just buttfuck him the entire way.
Dude. Ignore it. I'm an optimist so I assume it's just shitposting, but many of the Trumpfags are delusional enough to to believe all opposition are GOP shills (even Cruz, or Carson supporters).
They will never admit that, as usual, Trump did relatively poorly compared to Rubio or Cruz (even Christie had a stronger performance).
Just ignore the shitposters.
>They don't pay me to shill shit, Cruz is a far stronger candidate and if he debates hillary or the very slim bernie the election is on the bag.
fuck ur retarded
i am not even murican and followed enought of your politics, to know that Cruz stands for nothing.
He changed his stance on all kind of topics many fucking times.
You won´t even know what kind of a president u elect, if it is him.
Also, the democrats will destroy him, by showing, that he likes to take breaks on his job and other shit, that makes him look like an unresponsible person.
I'm not saying he is better at any of those things, I'm saying he would be a superior president, trump is likeable but he 9s a hack, he says what the people want to hear. He has no values or principles other than to win, maybe that's enough to beat hillary. But who really knows if he would be any better
Really you german fuck, you watch the same news the rest of the country does, the same controlled narrative they want you to think, tell me again how stellar your American political views are?
>all this Rand Paul dicksucking
You may not be able to stump the Trump, but you can certainly trump the Stump.
Trump has changed his mind over the years as much as you would expect a private citizen and businessman to do. He doesn't immerse himself in politics like Cruz, who gets paid to do that. He spent his life working a real, meaningful job, unlike Cruz, the life-long government bureaucrat.
If you're going to hold Trump to politician standards, let's hold Cruz to private businessman standards. Why hasn't Cruz achieved massive private industry success like Trump has? Just a lazy spic, I guess.
I lost a lot of respect for Cruz last night when he called out Trump and at the end he said if trump says anything back about what i just attacked him for he's not focusing on being president.
I know that tactic i was in debate tournaments for a long time. Its a fucking underhanded jew tactic. Im glad the donald didnt go for it and attacked him back anyway.
>Trump has changed his mind over the years as much as you would expect a private citizen and businessman to do.
Yeah, when he was sitting back trying to figure out what opinions to base his run on.
Dude had completely different opinions just a couple years ago.
>Donald Trump allied to Democrats again
Trump has done more for the Republican Party than Cruz ever has. He's donated thousands, if not millions, to GOP candidates over the years. He has endorsed Republican candidates (and as you now know, his endorsements matter because people like Trump).
Here's Trump at the 1988 Republican Convention, being introduced as a conservative, endorsing George Bush for President:
Where was Cruz at this time? Probably Canada.
M8, I don't even support the guy and I know a lot of establishment GOPers hate Cruz because of all the government shutdown shit he spearheaded that ended up with no results except headaches for both parties
Except that Trump has interjected himself and his opinions every single election cycle since ~1980, and has really ramped it up since 2004. You can't pretend that he hasn't been playing the political game when he has been a significant donor to Democrats (as well as Republicans) and has openly held socially liberal beliefs.
By that logic, lobbyists are equally detached from the political system.
>And you will say that Trump hasn't, right?
Whenever they asked him about points he made and if he might wanna rethink them, he always stated a clear "NO!", no matter if the audiance was booooing or not. He didn´t give a shit, he stayed true to himself, unlike Cruz.
Since Trump runs for president, he didn´t do any flipflops. You can´t compare the buisnessman Trump with the candidate Trump, because they had diffrent goals.
yeah, cuz ur news totally make Trump look like the best choice and doesn´t promote retards like Jeb.
I was so brainwashed from all your overwhelming pro Trump media :^)
Cruz is the GOP establishment. For fuck's sake, with this meme. He was a Bush Administration official. His wife is an executive at Goldman Sachs and a member of the CFR. Cruz has taken money from Club for Growth, the Chamber of Commerce, and other establishment donors. He's establishment as fuck. He just exploited the Tea Party movement to get elected. And now he's doing it some more.
Yeah I'm sure you know all about Donald Trump's political donations, dating back to the 1970s when he became a public figure. Sounds likely.
Sure faggot whatever you say. The establishment gop hates trump and Cruz because they don't play by their rules like that dumbfuck jeb. But Cruz would make a better president, not trump.
I'm not saying he hasn't done those things. I am saying that holding him to the arbitrary political standard of "you can't ever flip flop!" is not reasonable when he doesn't come from that world and hasn't been trained to police his own thoughts like career politicians like Cruz do.
And besides, is insanity for Cruzbots to take the flip flop approach to Trump when Cruz has flipped flop almost a dozen times in the past YEAR.
The gop and the other senators at large hate cruz. Where the fuck do you get this idea that they love him from . Mitch McConnell hates him that stooge Christi hates him mcain hates him, Karl rove hates him and Boehner hated him.
The Shapiro thing is sad desu. It's always awkward when people who make a name for themselves as 'clear-headed political critics' so blatantly expose themselves as blind shills for one cause or another.
Ben Shapiro's commentary on Cruz is henceforth trash-tier shilling, to be honest family.
They hate Cruz for exactly the reason I said. He was one of them and now he broke from them to exploit the Tea Party movement for his own gain. They view it as an act of treason.
Remember when Trump pointed out that he mean that China would use TPP as a backdoor and was proven right?
>Yeah I'm sure you know all about Donald Trump's political donations, dating back to the 1970s when he became a public figure. Sounds likely.
I'm sure I do, since political donations are all declared and researchable.
>Where was Cruz at this time?
Upholding US sovereignty in the Supreme Court against the international court of Justice and the Bush administration and upholding the right to bear arms by taking part in the Heller decision
And that's not a bad th8ng, the current GOP are a bunch of pandering faggots. The american people are tired of it, that's why all of these people like trump fiorina Carson and Cruz have been able to bfto Christi and jeb.
That's fine. But don't pretend Cruz does not have establishment roots. He does and they are deep. he didn't break from the establishment because he doesn't agree with it, he broke from it to further his own career.
Did you hear him say last night that he would consider being Ted's VP? I did.
>That's fine. But don't pretend Cruz does not have establishment roots
Cruz had a job. Being employed doesn't make you the "establishment."
Cruz was absolutely BTFO last night. Trump destroyed him with the 9/11 haymaker, and then tagged Rrrrrrubio in for some clean-up work. It was so devestatin' even Carson had to wake up and take notice.
Bonus points for Trump:
CAN'T STUMP THE TRUMP
>He had several jobs under Bush.
>that means he's "the establishment" and a neocon
For two years Cruz had a mid level positions in the FTC and as a lawyer in the Justice department.
You're beyond stretching.
>Ted Cruz stumps the Trump
Trump stumped him so hard he was forced to applaud.
>trump has lost every single debate according to his "focus groups"
Trump hasn't won them. To date he's done what he needs to do in them; hold his voters.
>muh internet polls I helped rig say different