The feud between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz is becoming more personal, and the Texas senator accuses “sloppy Donald” of spreading rumors.
Ted Cruz told reporters that Donald Trump was behind a story in National Inquirer that the alleged Cruz had extramarital affairs.
The Texas senator called the story “garbage, full and complete lies.”
“It’s a tabloid smear and it comes from Donald Trump and his supporters.”
As proof that Donald Trump subjected the story, Ted Cruz pointed out that the only person named by name in Inquiry The story was told by Roger Stone, a former chief adviser to Trump’s campaign.
Ted Cruz also noted that Donald Trump and National Inquirer CEO David Packer are close friends.
Asked if he would still support Donald Trump, the current Republican leader, if he won the nomination, Ted Cruz did not answer directly.
However, he said: “I’m not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and my family.”
Donald Trump said in a statement: “I had absolutely nothing to do with it.”
On March 22, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, who were on good terms earlier in the campaign, began trading insults on Twitter.
Falsely believing that Cruz’s campaign had created an advertisement for an attack on his wife Melania, Donald Trump threatened on Twitter to “spill the nipples” on Cruz Heidi’s wife.
Ted Cruz responded by saying that his campaign did not create the ad, calling Donald Trump “classless” and “coward.”
On March 23, Donald Trump went on to post an unpleasant photo of Heidi Cruz on Twitter.
Ted Cruz responded by calling Donald Trump a “cowardly coward” and telling him “to leave Heidi to hell alone.”