Cruz on 2016: Hillary Clinton Faces Rocky Path

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Jan. 30 (Bloomberg) — Sen. Ted Cruz, a Republican from Texas, discusses the 2016 elections and his own political aspirations on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.”

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Lude Crestfallen says:

Arguably she’s virtualy unopposed. Which is itself a shame.

Wyatt C says:

ted cruz 2016

Frank Morgan says:

Ted Cruz is Canadian. He can’t run 2016.

Bryan Hernandez says:

Hillary would destroy these bigots! I hope she runs so she can shut
everyone up!

Carlos Tinocco says:

Fcking selfish dick!

Erik S says:

If Hillary gets the democratic nomination she’ll be another corporatist
HELL might as well vote REPUBLICAN!!!

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