If anybody has a reason to be anti-Trump or perhaps a “never-Trumper”, it’s Senator Ted Cruz. But Cruz is far from being either.
In fact, Cruz admitted something that may shut up even the most ardent Trump naysayers.
While Cruz visited New Hampshire last week to stump for House candidate Karoline Leavitt, who is running in a Republican primary in the state’s 1st District, Cruz admitted what I have been saying for quite some time.
In relation to a potential 2024 run for the presidency, Cruz discussed his ambitions. But he also discussed the ambitions of anybody else who would challenge Trump.
“There are a lot of candidates out there feeling their oats and boasting, ‘I’m running no matter what. I don’t care what Donald Trump says.’ Anyone who says that is lying,” Cruz told the Washington Examiner. “That’s an idiotic statement for someone to make who’s actually thinking about running.”
“I don’t know what Trump’s going to decide — nobody does. Anybody who tells you they do is making things up. The whole world will change depending on what Donald Trump decides. That’s true for every candidate. That’s true of every potential candidate.”
Of course, Cruz hit the nail on the head last year when he said, “Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have a political problem.” Because their policies are nothing but catastrophic.
I have been saying this to anybody who tries to convince me that Trump is done.
I don’t even hate telling people that anybody who believes Trump is done is an idiot. Trump runs the Republican Party. And both Democrats and Republicans hate this.
I know this, because I’m making Beyond the Mules. This new film will prove definitely that the Uniparty cheated Trump. They did this because Trump dared to expose the swamp.
Yes America, the swamp and the Deep State exist. Government runs amuck. Trump remains the only candidate with the balls to challenge this abjectly corrupt system.
Cruz and a few other Republicans finally get this. And a few of them, like Florida Governor Ron DeSantis apply Trump concepts, proving that Trumpism works.
As one wrote of Trump’s potential run,
“Everything that happens — including Cruz campaigning in New Hampshire and Florida Sen. Rick Scott stumping in Iowa this weekend — before Trump makes up his mind is a sort of pre-show.”
I declared many times on my radio show, Trump will run in 2024. If anybody deserves to run and win, it’s Trump. I’m confident he feels the same way. And frankly, Trump needs to get his rightful second term so he can seriously clean up DC.
No other candidate can do this.
The media vilifies Trump, but to no avail. Pockets of anti-Trumpism exist within the GOP, but it hasn’t grown much, if at all. And while I disagree with many of Trump’s choices for the midterms, he proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that he has a firm grip on the party.
Until Trump makes his decision, other Republicans remain in a holding pattern.