People searching for Ted Cruz news online in the wake of his dropping out of the presidential race may be surprised to find Hillary Clinton's photo and the caption "Next President of the United States of America!!!"
Did the Texas senator decide to support Clinton? Nope. The website TedCruz.com is owned by another Ted Cruz, according to a Mother Jones report in 2014. He is a lawyer Arizona who bought the domain name in 2004 for a real estate business. He decided lately to use the site to support Clinton.
Peter Schweizer author of the best-selling book Clinton Cash and President of the Government Accountability Institute writing at the New York Post asserts that during an appearance on Fox Business, former Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta made a series ... -- https://www.breitbart.com
A newly released (and heavily redacted) trove of emails reveal at least five more classified emails on Hillary Clinton’s private server and includes communications with controversial Clinton confidants, Lanny Davis … -- https://bongino.com
In an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, former Secretary of State Colin Powell may have inadvertently revealed something we all knew already about Republicans and the Hillary Clinton email scandal. That is, that they only think it’s wrong to ... -- http://tplnews.com
How are special counsel Robert Mueller's findings on obstruction of justice different than James Comey's decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton, asks Alan Dershowitz, Harvard law professor emeritus. #FoxNews
FOX News operates the FOX News Channel (FNC), FOX Business Network ... -- https://www.youtube.com
Hillary Clinton praised New Zealand's gun ban and noted it demonstrates how leaders can do more than offer "thoughts and prayers." -- https://www.breitbart.com
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