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Jared Kushner's brother, Josh Kushner, donated close to the maximum amount to Beto O'Rourke's 2018 Senate campaign against Ted Cruz

Josh Kushner, the younger brother of Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law, donated $2,600 to the Democrat Beto O'Rourke's campaign for a US Senate seat in Texas last October.


Ted Cruz calls City Council banning Chick-fil-A from airport 'ridiculous'

Texas senator Ted Cruz called San Antonio City Council's decision to ban Chick-Fil-A from the airport "ridiculous." City Council voted 6-4 Thursday to exclude the fast food restaurant from the San Antonio International Airport. District 1 City Councilman Roberto Treviño filed a motion to approve the


Senator Ted Cruz Fined for Keeping Voters in the Dark About Over $1 Million in Loans, Violating Federal Law

The Federal Election Commission (FEC) fined U.S. Senator Ted Cruz $35,000 for inaccurately reporting the source of campaign loans totaling $1,064,000, a violation of federal law, stemming from a complaint filed by Campaign Legal Center (CLC) and Democracy 21 in 2016.


Ted Cruz: Democrats ‘Fully Intend to Impeach Trump’ Regardless of Facts

Senator Ted Cruz has warned that the Democratic Party are hellbent on impeaching President Donald Trump, regardless of the facts contained in Robert Mueller’s final report. “If anyone thinks that the Mueller report being concluded is the end of the Democrats’ attempt to take down President Trump, th


Ted Cruz: No collusion charges in Mueller report 'good news' for American people

As partisans claimed early vindication or pledged to probe further, Sen. Ted Cruz on Sunday took a broader view, saying indications that special counsel Robert Mueller will not indict anyone for colluding with Russian meddlers in the 2016 campaign is “good news for the American people.”


Letters: New Zealand, FBI, Ted Cruz, John Cornyn, U.S. Constitution, education, bluebonnets

The leaders of New Zealand decided to not use the name of the terrorist in any way. The idea is to not give him the notoriety he seeks. How about The Dallas Morning News doing the same? In a recent story, you used his name at least five times. New Zealand has the right idea — deny them their 15 minu


Ted Cruz was part of the last-ditch effort to lobby Trump

After spending Wednesday trying (unsuccessfully) to schedule a meeting with President Trump, a trio of Republican senators went the the White House last night to present Trump with a proposal related to his national emergency declaration.


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez now as unpopular as Ted Cruz during 2013 government shutdown over Obamacare defunding

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's social media stardom has catapulted her to a place of national name recognition and influence that is unheard of for a freshman member of Congress. Yet as Americans get to know her, she's only growing more unpopular. And she's now actually as unpopular as Sen. Ted Cru


'Headliners: Beto O'Rourke' Entering the 2020 Race

Beto O’Rourke has joined the growing field of Democratic presidential candidates. Is the former Texas Congressman who challenged Ted Cruz’s senate seat the kind of candidate who can energize democrats on a national scale? His charismatic persona, positive message and social media savvy have made him


Sen. Ted Cruz to hold hearing on airline safety in wake of two crashes

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) has scheduled what is expected to be the first of many hearings examining the Federal Aviation Administration’s role in overseeing aviation safety in the wake of two fatal crashes that have killed more than 300 people.


FEC fines Ted Cruz campaign $35,000

Ted Cruz's (R-TX) 2012 senate campaign failed to disclose $1 million in loans from Goldman Sachs and Citibank, CBS News reports, for which the campaign was fined $35,000 on Friday.


Ted Cruz Warns Against Gun Grabs, Weighs in on 2020 Presidential Race

Sen. Ted Cruz says restricting gun ownership by law-abiding citizens is not the answer to fighting armed extremism, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports. Following a Monday evening appearance on the Joe Pags Show, Cruz paused to field additional questions about recent mass killings overseas, the prospect fo


Ted Cruz Echoes Elizabeth Warren’s Criticism of Facebook’s Power

(Bloomberg) -- Two of Washington’s most vocal partisan rivals found one thing they’re aligned on: anger at Facebook Inc. Senator Ted Cruz, a conservative Texas Republican, said Tuesday that Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts was right to criticize the world’s largest social media c


Who is Beto O'Rourke, Democratic candidate for president?

Beto O’Rourke is going back to back, so to speak. Last season, O’Rourke poured his heart and soul into a campaign for the U.S. Senate representing Texas, a bid which ultimately fell short after O’Rourke was beaten in the election by incumbent Ted Cruz.


Ted Cruz: 'Useful idiots' at United Nations help Hamas

"A group of 'useful idiots' at the United Nations accused Israel of committing war crimes rather than hold terrorist groups responsible for using human shields in recent protests, a prominent Republican senator argued Monday.


Ted Cruz Fast Facts

(CNN) — Here's a look at the life of Ted Cruz, Republican senator of Texas and former 2016 presidential candidate. Marriage: Heidi (Nelson) Cruz (2001-present) Education: Princeton University, B.A. in Public Policy, 1992; Harvard Law School, J.D., 1995.


WATCH: Beto Announces He’s Running For President; Responses Online Are Hilarious

After embarking on a soul-searching road trip following his disappointing defeat at the hands of Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, Beto O'Rourke has finally come to his decision about ascending to the highest office in the land: He's "in." The only question is, are you?


Ted Cruz fires back at Reuters over O'Rourke story

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, responded Tuesday to news that Reuters held a report about his competitor Beto O’Rourke’s past affiliation with a computer hacking group until after the 2018 Senate race.


Marc Thiessen: Beto O'Rourke is a loser -- literally

Will Democrats bet on a loser and back the man that Ted Cruz defeated in the Texas Senate race? Reaction from Fox News contributor Marc Thiessen, columnist for The Washington Post.


Is the Trump Administration “Owned by the State of Israel”. Ted Cruz: Accessory to Israeli Grand Larceny

In the United States, as Rep Omar pointed out, politicians on both sides of the aisle in both Houses routinely fall over themselves to pledge fealty and taxpayer dollars to Israel.