Monday, October 31, 2016

Ted Cruz Makes His Case To Keep The Senate In GOP Hands

Standing in front of someone else’s banner, looking out at signs that read “Lion Ted” and “We Love Cruz,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) picked up where he had left off. The election, he said, was about “jobs, freedom, and security” — just as he’d said when he was running for president earlier this year. It was not just about electing Republicans.
If, God forbid, Hillary wins this thing — and I pray that she does not — we desperately need a Republican Senate to check the president,” Cruz said Wednesday at the first of three events for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn of Colorado. “If the Republican nominee wins the presidency, we still need a Republican Senate to check the president, because that’s the constitutional responsibility of the Senate, whether the president is Democrat or Republican.”
Over 22 minutes in Loveland, and 24 more minutes in Denver, Cruz never mentioned Donald Trump, whom he had finally endorsed one month earlier. In between those events, Cruz told The Washington Post that if his party held the Senate, there was “long historical precedent for a Supreme Court with fewer justices.”
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