US Elections 2016 Republican nomination: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz fight touch a nadir
Washington: How low the presidential nomination fight can hit in the Republican Party? The race was fiery from the word go.
Nonetheless people and analysts believed things will improve and Republicans will behave maturely as they progress from marginal to mainstream.
There is no denying the fact that people couldn’t have anticipated that they are going to have such a great time.
Now everyone is sure that Donald Trump’s main challenger believes the race for presidential bid has hit a new low with Donald Trump and his nearest competitor Ted Cruz targeting each other’s wives in their political wrangling which is not often seen in American politics. Texas Senator Cruz told reporters in Wisconsin, “It’s not easy to tick me off. I don’t get angry often. But you mess with my wife, you mess with my kids, that’ll do it every time.” “Donald, you’re a snivelling coward. Leave Heidi the hell alone,” an angry Cruz blasted after the real estate mogul launched a series of attacks against his wife.
Things are becoming rayhe intetedting. It all began with a super political affairs committee which campaigns for Cruz, presenting an ad with a nude picture of Melania. An angry Trump tweeted that he would disclose the secrets about Cruz’s wife. However, Cruz denied any hand in the advertisement. He said, “Donald, if you try to attack Heidi, you’re more of a coward than I thought.”
Billionaire reality star Donald Trump is currently ahead in the Republican pack as he now needs less than 500 delegates to reach the figure if 1,237 required to win the party’s presidential nomination. Cruz is lagging behind Trump in terms of delegate count but hopes to beat him during the remaining primary season.