Ted Cruz caught red handed in Hawaii telling lie about Marco Rubio dropping out of presidential race. Is this how folks raise their kids on Texas? Ted Cruz sure has a huge set of balls!
Marco Rubio and his campaign are accusing Ted Cruz’s campaign of spreading rumors that the Florida senator is dropping out of the race, after an email bearing Cruz's likeness was sent to supporters in Hawaii this morning.
The email in question carried the subject line "WASTED VOTE?: Big Trouble for Marco Rubio - Advisers Tell Him to Drop Out," purportedly citing "multiple news sources" but only referencing a report by CNN on Monday that cited "some advisers" suggesting that Rubio drop out of the race before the March 15 primary in his home state of Florida.
The email goes on to say, “According to multiple news sources, Marco Rubio's advisers are telling him to drop out of the presidential race before losing his home state of Florida in a few days time.” (Emphasis in the original.)
“It ain’t true, it is a lie, and unfortunately looks like Ted Cruz’s campaign is putting out emails in places like Hawaii, telling people about it, and you saw that with Ben Carson earlier. It’s just not true," Rubio said Tuesday on Fox News Radio's "Kilmeade and Friends," according to audio posted by BuzzFeed News. "You know, we have a 151 delegates, my path at end of the day is not essentially any different from his or anybody else’s. Right now no one has has a clear path to the 1,237 delegates. It’s very unique campaign, we’re not gonna run out of money and we’re not gonna run out of supporters.”
Rubio's campaign blasted the message earlier in the morning, alluding to a similar episode with another CNN report on the night of the Iowa caucuses.
"Senator Cruz is up to his dirty tricks again spreading false rumors and lies. We won't allow him to do to Marco Rubio in Florida what he did to Ben Carson in Iowa,” Rubio spokesman Joe Pounder said in a statement. “Floridians and voters across the country will reject Senator Cruz's campaign of disgusting tactics because they know a vote for Cruz is a vote for Donald Trump."
Meanwhile with Florida's primary coming up soon Donald Trump is projected to be the winner.
Trump is polled to receive 42% of Florida votes with Little Marco Rubio finishing second. Nothing like getting your ass beat in your home state!
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