Senator Ted Cruz (R., Texas) provided air support for a revolt underway in the House today, as he called on Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to stop the Iran deal by refusing to hold a vote on the agreement.
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A prominent evangelical conservative will be taking over day-to-day operations of a super PAC backing Ted Cruz, further connecting the conservative senator to the religious Christian community, a core constituency for his presidential bid.
It’s like a fresh season of a fall television sitcom: Sen. Lindsey Graham says another attempt to shut down the government is coming and Sen. Ted Cruz will play the starring role again.
Texas Senator and 2016 presidential hopeful Ted Cruz is returning to Washington, D.C. this week after Congress’ August layoff—offering plenty of sound and fury. But Cruz’s efforts to defund Planned Parenthood and stymie the Iran nuclear deal, the two hot button topics before lawmakers in September, will most likely signify little.
Washington (CNN) Ted Cruz is trying to get the band back together.
Business mogul Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) warned of catastrophic consequences should the Iranian nuclear deal negotiated by the Obama administration pass Congress, including death and the possibility of nuclear conflict.
Washington (CNN) Presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Ted Cruz took to the steps of Capitol Hill on Wednesday, each using their trademark fiery rhetoric to slam President Barack Obama’s proposed Iran nuclear deal.
Sen. Ted Cruz is heading to Kentucky Tuesday to visit Kim Davis, the jailed county clerk whose case has become a political lightning rod in the Republican presidential primary and a rallying point for social conservative candidates.
Donald Trump is so outrageous and noisy that it’s easy to forget about Senator Ted Cruz of Texas. So we Googled him this morning and we were rewarded.
As noted American political philosopher Matthew McConaughey has said, in the service of selling Lincolns, “sometimes you’ve got to go back to actually move forward.” So it is that presidential candidate and Texas Senator Ted Cruz wound up back home in Houston on Thursday, eschewing Iowa corn and South Carolina barbecue to refresh his mutual love affair with Texas tea party activists, his sights set on winning the Texas primary on March 1.