Trump and 'Beautiful Ted' Cruz embrace at Texas rally

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He's "Beautiful Ted, ' " the president said as he left the White House. I said, "Don't worry, it's only a question of time'".

Heidi Beirich, the head of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project, explained that Trump has been "escalating pretty egregiously" the tenor of the midterm election rhetoric.

"And then it ended and I'll tell you what nobody has helped me more", he said. In the caravan, you have some very bad people. Add Donald Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Donald Trump news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Mr. Cruz, once a bitter rival of Mr. Trump for the GOP presidential nomination, is leading Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke in polling in his bid for reelection.

"I will only vote to confirm a Supreme Court Justice who believes in a women's right to make her own decisions about her body", O'Rourke proclaimed at their last debate. "I really do. I think Cruz is going to is going to be our guy for another six years".

"And he pretends to be a moderate, but he's actually a radical, open-borders left-winger", Trump said.

Senator Ted Cruz has been locked in a close battle against his Democrat challenger, Congressman Beto O'Rourke of El Paso, who has outraised him about three to one, and who's within single digits.

"Due to unprecedented demand for tickets, we continued to push for and negotiate terms for the larger capacity provided to us at the Toyota Center", the spokesman said.

"He's not lyin" Ted anymore, he's handsome Ted", Trump told ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl. Not brutal in the sense that it was ever close: Cruz led Trump by a single delegate after the Iowa caucuses, and then never again. "I am honored that President Trump is here endorsing and supporting my campaign", he hollered, "and I look forward to campaigning beside him in 2020 for his re-election as president of the United States".

"The polls are pretty close right now, but I'm not too anxious about it because he's had a lot of support in Texas", said supporter Judah Payer. Cruz told CBN News he strongly opposes the policy. But he's previously declined to label himself, even telling the Wall Street Journal in an April 2017 interview, "hey, I'm a nationalist and a globalist".

Trump warned against a move to globalism, which has driven his effort to put America first. He said Democrats want to give "free health care and education to illegal aliens, paid for by you". And, you know what?