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Trump Repeatedly Sexually Harassed Ted Cruz, Saying He’d “Do Anything”

President Trump repeatedly and gruesomely sexually harassed Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, White House Dossier has learned, sending out tweets in January 2016 suggesting that Cruz would have sex with Goldman Sachs and that Cruz and Jeb Bush would use their bodies to maintain political power.

The shocking harassment was repeated Tuesday when some of the most profound minds in journalism and politics recognized similar language in a widely criticized tweet Trump made about Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y.

In that tweet, Trump alleged Gillibrand would “do anything” – “anything,” obviously, including sex – for his campaign contributions back when he was in the private sector.*

*No double entendre intended by use of the term “private sector.”

Shockingly, Trump used the very same language in reference to Cruz and Jeb Bush.

Some astute observers noticed Trump’s use of the term “begging” – in quotes – with respect to Gillibrand, phrasing which obviously somehow has something to do with sex. White House Dossier can now reveal that Trump in fact used the same term in July 2013 when he accused the Obama administration of offering to have sex with Russia in order to secure the release of Edward Snowden.

Fortunately, within hours of Trump’s sexist tweet about Gillibrand, Elizabeth Warren, a Native American senator from the state of Massachusetts, picked up on the insult and tweeted that Gillibrand would not be “slut shamed.”

White House Dossier, which prides itself on performing accountability – I mean doing accountability – I mean, oh forget it – will continue to monitor Trump’s tweets for sexy language.

H/T Fox News and Mark Levin.

Clapper Suggests Huma Abedin Emails to Weiner Could be Criminal

From the Washington Examiner:

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper indicated Monday that Huma Abedin’s decision to forward emails from then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to her husband, Anthony Weiner, was an offense that could be referred to the Department of Justice as a possible crime.

Clapper never specifically talked about Abedin and Weiner but was asked about a hypothetical that fits that case by Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, at a Senate Judiciary subcommittee hearing on Monday.

“What would you expect to happen if you made a referral of an individual who had forwarded hundreds or even thousands of classified information on a non-government computer?” Cruz asked.

“Whatever the transgression, potential transgression was, if there were sufficient evidence of a compromise, we would file a crimes report,” Clapper said.

Cruz Forecasts Second Supreme Court Opening by Summer

I would expect violent protest, at a minimum, from the Left if there is a second opening and President Trump nominates a true conservative. They simply will not accept a change in the balance of the Court.

Sen. Ted Cruz predicted Thursday that President Trump will have the ability to fill a second vacancy on the Supreme Court in 2017, the Washington Examiner reported.

“I think we’ll have another Supreme Court vacancy this summer,” Cruz said at the Conservative Political Action Conference. “If that happens, as much as the left is crazy now, they will go full Armageddon meltdown because the next vacancy is where we’ll have the ability to act and restore basic Constitution protections.”

The Texas Republican didn’t elaborate on who he believes will be leaving the court, although Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy is reportedly thinking about retirement.

Cruz Wonders Where the Dems were When Obama Politicized DOJ

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, R, speaking during attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions’ confirmation hearing on Tuesday, accused “the Democrats on this committee” of being “silent” when the Obama administration politicized the Department of Justice over the last eight years, according to the Washington Examiner.

“When the Obama Justice Department sent millions of dollars of taxpayer monies to sanctuary cities that were defying federal immigration law, the Democrats on this committee were silent,” Cruz said.

“When the Obama administration refused to enforce federal immigration laws and unilaterally re-wrote this laws, the Democrats on this committee were silent,” he continued. “When the Obama administration released tens of thousands of criminal illegal aliens including rapists and murderers into the general population, the Democrats on this committee were silent.”

Cruz Booed Off the Stage, and for Good Reason

I’ve had enough of Ted Cruz’s carefully calcualted self-aggrandizement.

Cruz came to Donald Trump’s Party and spilled red wine all over the carpet. On purpose.

I respect his decision not to endorse Trump. The man insulted his wife and father. I wouldn’t have endorsed him either. Call it petty, but that’s how I feel.

But Cruz should have done the classy thing, like John Kasich did, and just stayed away. A Party’s national convention is about nominating a candidate and setting the stage for victory in November. It’s not the moment to air internecine divisions. There was a primary, somebody won it fair and square, and that was that. Cruz unilaterally decided that this was the 2020 Republican convention, not 2016.

I suspect many Republicans have had it with him. As one commentator said, last night he passed the conservative baton to Mike Pence, who gave a pitch-perfect address.

Cruz Says He Might Get Back In

Sen. Ted Cruz said Tuesday he might get back into the race if he wins the Nebraska primary Tuesday night.

“Listen, let’s be very clear: If there is a path to victory, we launched this campaign intending to win,” he told Glenn Beck. “The reason we suspended the race last week is with Indiana’s loss I didn’t see a viable path to victory. If that changes, we will certainly respond accordingly.”

I guess he misses the campaign trail. But with Donald Trump eschewing the “uniter” label and set to go to war with House Speaker Ryan while seeming to flip flop on taxes and the minimum wage, he may have opened the door to Cruz a bit.

Video || Cruz Punches and Then Elbows Wife in the Face

Furious that she contributed to his Indiana loss by terming him an immigrant, Ted Cruz Tuesday might punched his wife Heidi and then elbowed her – in the face. This after last week throwing Carly Fiorina off the stage during an event with his running mate in the Hoosier state.

Okay, just wanted to see if you thought I’d gone crazy. Next thing you know, I might be saying his dad was in cahoots with Lee Harvey Oswald. Of course Cruz only accidentally bumped his wife, and I don’t think he even saw Carly fall off the stage last week, which, like her impromptu singing, was something she did entirely on her own.

But the was funny. I mean, not for Heidi.

Cruz Quits

Republicans, Donald Trump is your nominee. Sen. Ted Cruz dropped out of the race Tuesday evening after a crushing loss in Indiana, declining even to carry on until the final contests in California and New Jersey June 7, as most has expected. I will run a live stream of Trump’s victory speech here. “From the… Continue Reading

Boehner: Cruz a “Miserable Son of Bitch”

From the Washington Examiner: John Boehner ripped into Ted Cruz at an event at Stanford University Wednesday night, by referring to him as “lucifer in the flesh,” and saying he “never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life.” Well, okay, but some might argue that given America’s state of affairs under people… Continue Reading