Jimmy Kimmel Urges Texans To Vote Against Ted Cruz "For Comedy Sake"

Geraldine Edwards
October 24, 2018

But alt-right groups found themselves marginalised after differing with numerous president's policies and facing public backlash after the deadly "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville in August 2017.

Before leaving for Texas, Trump addressed his occasional bad blood with Cruz, whom he once called "Lying' Ted".

Trump's crowd was so enthused that there were also celebrations and a miniature parade long before the rally even started. Trump's proposal for a "major tax cut" before the November 6 election or soon after is "mystifying White House officials, congressional leaders, and tax wonks around town who mostly have no idea what he's talking about", Politico reports.

I had a almost front-row view of the action-something that felt especially surreal when Trump turned the crowd's attention to the scourge of the "Fake News Media".

Trump believes that his campaign pledges, including his much vaunted - and still-unfulfilled - promise to quickly build a US-Mexico border wall, are still rallying cries.

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The pre-Trump speakers who mentioned Cruz did so only in the most general terms (i.e., vote for Cruz if you don't want Texas and/or America to become a frightful socialist dystopia; vote for Cruz if you want "jobs, not mobs"). It became very nasty, and then it was over.

"I don't regret anything, honestly".

Cruz, speaking before Trump, hailed the president as "a man who has presided over record jobs, record unemployment" and said he looks forward to hitting the campaign trail for his reelection campaign.

Ditching the name-calling, Trump and Cruz exchanged an extended handshake and a bro-hug before cheering crowds at the Toyota Center and lavished praise on each other.

Late night host Jimmy Kimmel weighed in on the closely watched Texas Senate race on Monday night.

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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. Mr. Cruz faces Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke.

He also seemed to reference a line from Cruz's 2016 campaign when he said that Democrats wanted to replace Texas values with "Nancy Pelosi values". Cruz told CBN News he strongly opposes the policy. After Trump insulted Cruz's wife and father, and Cruz refused to endorse Trump at the Republican National Convention, it was far from clear that the two would ever put it all behind them.

"And Trump has never hesitated to separate himself from those", he explained.

Finally, at the end of his speech, Cruz announced his support for Trump in 2020.

Lemon then brought on a panel to discuss Trump's declaration. "We can't have that".

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