Trump apologized to Cruz for 2016 election insults, e-book reveals

From still left to ideal: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and previous President Donald Trump. (AP Pictures)

Trump apologized to Cruz for 2016 election insults, book reveals

Misty Severi

July 30, 11:44 AM July 30, 11:44 AM

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Former President Donald Trump apologized to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) for insulting his wife and father in the course of the 2016 GOP presidential primaries, in accordance to a new ebook by former Trump marketing campaign supervisor Paul Manafort.

Trump apologized to Cruz and his spouse and children in man or woman, an unconventional act for the former president who has a reputation for refusing to apologize, Manafort stated. Trump experienced insinuated that Cruz’s wife Heidi Cruz was unsightly, hooked up Cruz’s father to the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy, and questioned whether Cruz could be the up coming president if he was born in Canada.

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“On his possess initiative, Trump did apologize for declaring some of the items he claimed about Cruz, which was abnormal for Trump,” Manafort claimed in the e-book, according to the VFAB.

The exchanges on the campaign path grew heated all through the most important contest, with Cruz contacting Trump a “sniveling coward.” Nonetheless, Trump apologized in the course of an trade at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in July 2016 in which Cruz claimed he would work with Trump if he received but could not endorse him, according to the ebook.

“[Trump] told Cruz he regarded as him an ally, not an enemy, and that he believed they could operate together when Trump was president,” Manafort claimed.

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The senator did help Trump as the Republican nominee for president in September 2016, expressing Trump would make a better president than Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton irrespective of declaring the previous president never ever walked back his statements.

“If Hillary Clinton is elected, the court docket will be missing for a era, and my daughters’ rights will be lost for a generation,” Cruz reported.

The Washington Examiner has reached out to Cruz for comment.

Manafort also denied any collusion with Russia, admitted to advising Trump even though under residence arrest, and remained loyal to the former president despite being convicted on tax fees, he wrote in the memoir, titled Political Prisoner: Persecuted, Prosecuted, but Not Silenced. Trump pardoned Manafort in advance of he still left office.

Manafort’s book will be introduced upcoming thirty day period.

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