Asma Khalid

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Last night, Texas Senator Ted Cruz outraged Trump supporters with a convention speech that congratulated Donald Trump for winning the Republican nomination but failed to endorse the…

Ted Cruz Non-endorsement Rattles Convention

Last night, Texas Senator Ted Cruz outraged Trump supporters with a convention speech that congratulated Donald Trump for winning the Republican nomination but failed to endorse the…

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