Ted Cruz – Donald Trump is a SNIVELING COWARD – Afraid of Strong Women

Ted Cruz – Donald Trump is a SNIVELING COWARD – Afraid of Strong Women

 

Trump is afraid late at night – when Trump gets scared he screams, he has an issue with women, he is scared of Megyn Kelly. Trump calls for America to withdraw from NATO, Cruz says Trump has no understanding of the basic knowledge to keep this country safe.

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The Brief: The Trump-Cruz Twitter War Over Wives Intensifies

The Big Conversation

The war of words between Ted Cruz and Donald Trump continued to escalate on Thursday with Cruz issuing his angriest statements yet following Trump’s decision to post an unflattering picture of Cruz’s wife, Heidi.

The Tribune’s Patrick Svitek reported that Cruz indicated at a campaign stop in Wisconsin that Trump is scared of “strong women” like Heidi Cruz.

“Real men don’t try to bully women,” Cruz said. “That’s not an action of strength. That’s an action of weakness. It’s an action of fear. It’s an action of a small and petty man who is intimidated by strong women.”

The larger takeaway, as The Washington Post reported, is Trump’s now well documented treatment of women.

“Trump has shown little reluctance in attacking his female rivals — or some of his rivals’ spouses — in ways that strike many as sexist or demeaning, and many fear that the insults are a harbinger of the gutter rhetoric to come if he faces (Hillary) Clinton in November,” wrote the Post’s Jose A. DelReal and Jenna Johnson.

“Polling shows Trump sliding sharply among women in recent months, hurting the GOP’s already shaky position with that demographic. Trump’s favorability numbers have decreased 10 points among women nationwide since November, to 23 percent, while his unfavorable number among women has jumped to 75 percent from 64 percent, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll taken this month.”

Trib Must Reads

Analysis: Ethics Reform — if Texas Voters Really Want It, by Ross Ramsey — The governor and lawmakers promise to reignite their efforts to tighten ethics laws in Texas, but they have so far been missing a key incentive to make reluctant officeholders go along — public interest.

State’s E-Verify Law Operating Under Honor System, by Julián Aguilar — When former Gov. Rick Perry ordered state agencies to use E-Verify in 2014, his plan was criticized for not having an enforcement mechanism. But a senate bill designed to make Perry’s mandate a bona fide law also lacks teeth.

In Quest for Evangelicals, Cruz Has Encountered Headwinds, by Patrick Svitek — A year ago, Ted Cruz launched his presidential campaign promising to unite evangelical voters more than any candidate has done before. While he has made major progress, the path to consolidating support from the influential voting bloc has not been easy — and some segments of it are still reluctant to rally around the U.S. senator from Texas.

Texas Regulators Approve Oncor Deal, But Uncertainty Persists, by Jim Malewitz — Texas regulators on Thursday approved the Ray L. Hunt family’s high-stakes plan to purchase and reshape the state’s largest electric utility. But they added major revisions, prolonging the battle to own Oncor.

Texas Planned Parenthood Affiliate Joins Lawsuit Over Secret Videos, by Alexa Ura — A Texas-based Planned Parenthood affiliate on Thursday moved to join a federal lawsuit filed in California against the anti-abortion group behind undercover videos of the organization’s clinics.

Elsewhere

Shadow campaign to deny Trump his delegates begins, Politico

Fall in oil prices does little to slow Houston’s population growth, Houston Chronicle

Cruz backer Lindsey Graham still thinks Ted is poison to the GOP, The Dallas Morning News

Scott Walker Says G.O.P. Nominee May Not Be Trump, Cruz or Kasich, The New York Times

Cruz plays dangerous game in Wisconsin, Politico

Tech collaborates with other universities to examine sustainability of Ogallala Aquifer, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Texas challenging federal drilling ban near Joe Pool Lake dam, Fort Worth Star-Telegram

So many Texans want gun licenses, DPS adding staff to handle paperwork, The Dallas Morning News

Where was lead detected in Central Texas drinking water?, Austin American-Statesman

Cruz economic adviser Phil Gramm dismissed concerns before 2008 crash, Houston Chronicle

Texas could see additional congressional seats after 2020, San Antonio Express-News

State fires organization formed by Big Oil to manage threatened lizard, Austin American-Statesman

Quote to Note

“Donald, you’re a sniveling coward, and leave Heidi the hell alone.”

Ted Cruz firing back at Republican rival Donald Trump’s personal attacks on the Texas senator’s wife, Heidi Cruz.

Today in TribTalk

Why “tradition” supports hearings on Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, by Anya Bidwell — Whatever justifications Republicans might have to deny confirmation for an Obama nominee, refusing to consider any nominee based on the Thurmond Rule isn’t one of them.

Trib Events for the Calendar

•    A Conversation with Reps. Craig Goldman, Stephanie Klick and Ramon Romero Jr. on March 29 at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth

•    The Price of Admission: A Conversation on the Top 10 Percent Rule on March 31 at Austin Community College Highland Campus

•    A Conversation with Sen. Carlos Uresti and Rep. Poncho Nevárez on April 13 at Sul Ross State University in Alpine

•    A Conversation with Dawn Buckingham on April 21 at the Austin Club

•    A Conversation on San Antonio & the Legislature: The Issues in the Interim on April 26 at the University of Texas at San Antonio

•    A Symposium on the Texas Economy on April 29 at the University of Houston

•    The Texas Tribune’s third Texas-centric Trivia Night on May 1 at The Highball in Austin

This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune at http://www.texastribune.org/2016/03/25/the-brief/.

 

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