Team Trump Orchestrated Outrage At Cruz During RNC & Other Claims

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By: Renee Nal | New Zeal

Trump obsesses about Ted Cruz during speech to RNC volunteers the day after he accepts the nomination for president

Trump obsesses about Ted Cruz during speech to RNC volunteers the day after he accepts the nomination for president

In the wake of the booing at Ted Cruz’s speech at the Republican National Convention this week, allegations that have been buzzing around in relation to Trump’s evident-attempt to destroy Ted Cruz’s career have come to light and should be explored:

  • Trump’s campaign had Ted Cruz’s speech well in advance,
  • Trump surrogates sought to encourage boo’s during Ted Cruz’s speech,
  • Texas delegates furious with Cruz,
  • Sheldon Adelson refused to allow Ted Cruz in his suite after Cruz declined to endorse Donald Trump,
  • Trump surrogates are now actively attempting to unseat Ted Cruz as Texas Senator,
  • On the day after his acceptance speech, Trump denied that he insulted Heidi Cruz and again questioned whether Ted Cruz’s father was involved in the JFK assassination.

Trump’s campaign had Ted Cruz’s speech well in advance

Donald Trump tweeted that he saw Cruz’s speech “two hours early.” But as reported at the Washington Examiner,

“Sen. Ted Cruz informed Donald Trump on Monday during a telephone conversation that he would not endorse the Republican nominee during his speech to the GOP convention.”

Cruz adviser Jason Johnson additionally claimed that Cruz “made it clear to Trump during an in-person meeting in Washington a few weeks ago that he would not endorse him…”

As also revealed at Twitchy, Trump surrogates had the speech well in advance. One of the most compelling tweets illustrating this is from Sean Davis of The Federalist.

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