Donald Trump Preparing To Sue ‘Unstable’ Ted Cruz: Says ‘I Already Have A Lawyer’ Ready

Donald Trump Preparing To Sue ‘Unstable’ Ted Cruz: Says ‘I Already Have A Lawyer’ Ready

Donald Trump Preparing To Sue ‘Unstable’ Ted Cruz: Says ‘I Already Have A Lawyer’ Ready

Donald Trump hasn’t been able to browbeat his opponents in different Republican debates in the last several months. Despite his apparent aggression against his fellow Republican competitors, the billionaire businessman hasn’t been able to beat them in debates.

On the contrary, he has faced booing from audience. After a very bad performance in Iowa, the reality czar was able to win the New Hampshire primary with a huge margin. Nonetheless he had the support of merely one third of the Republican supporters in the state. His opponents together had close to seventy percent of the support.

Meanwhile Trump is so badly annoyed with his main challenger Ted Cruz that he has threatened to sue him. Donald Trump believes that with a very effective campaign team and impressive strategy on the ground, Ted Cruz is the only real challenger before him.

Trump has been questioning his eligibility to contest the presidential polls. On Monday once again Trump threatened to file a lawsuit over whether Republican presidential rival Ted Cruz is eligible for the White House and appeared to renew his warning that he may run as a third-party candidate if the GOP doesn’t treat him fairly.

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For many long-term Republican backers the nasty feud between the leading candidates for the Republican nomination just five days before the crucial South Carolina primary is very disappointing. It should be kept in mind that Trump has been targeting one rival after the other and in doing so not sparing even the past presidents who belonged to the Republican party. Trump, the billionaire businessman and former Atlantic City casino tycoon, accused Cruz, a U.S. senator from Texas, of spreading lies about him in both comments and “false ads.”

In a statement released to the media Trump said, “Ted Cruz is a totally unstable individual…He is the single biggest liar I’ve ever come across, in politics or otherwise, and I have seen some of the best of them. His statements are totally untrue and completely outrageous. It is hard to believe a person who proclaims to be a Christian could be so dishonest and lie so much.”
While targeting Cruz he said, “We will bring a lawsuit if he doesn’t straighten his act out”. He also said that if the Republican National Committee doesn’t intervene, they are violating the pledge he signed in September vowing to not run as a third-party candidate if the party is fair to him. “The pledge isn’t being honored by the RNC,” Trump said.

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