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  A photo of President Donald Trump posing for a picture with senator Ted Cruz’s daughters is going viral. The photo was posted to Twitter on March 9 by Ted Cruz, the Daily Mail reported. It shows Cruz’s two young daughters, Caroline and Catherine, next to Trump as he sits at his Resolute Desk. “Our …

Ted Cruz said it would be a mistake for Democrats to filibuster the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. The Texas senator told Tucker Carlson that he believes a number of Democrats will vote for Gorsuch just minutes after President Trump nominated him. “I think Judge Gorsuch is a home run,” Cruz said on …

President Trump will reveal his choice for U.S. Supreme Court justice on Tuesday night at 8 p.m. EST. On Twitter Monday, the president announced that his decision — one of the most anticipated of his administration — will come two days earlier than expected. He was supposed to announce his pick on Thursday night. “I have made my decision on who …

On Thursday Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) introduced legislation that, if passed, would that would cut off funding to the United Nations. At least one of the reasons for the proposed legislation is the recent United Nations resolution that denounced Israeli settlements in the West Bank. Since Barack Obama moved into The White …

While “fake news” has dominated media coverage since Donald Trump’s shocking election last month, the liberal media promoted a baseless National Enquirer story last March that claimed Texas Sen. Ted Cruz had had affairs with five different women. The story, which followed similarly absurd Enquirer “bombshells” like the late Justice Scalia being murdered by a prostitute, …

Kellyanne Conway briefly spoke to reporters at Trump Tower in New York City on Wednesday, during which she let slip a crucial piece of information regarding Donald Trump’s possible Supreme Court nominations. “You’ve seen the list of 21,” Conway told reporters. “The list has not changed. President-Elect Trump has committed to choosing his Supreme Court justices, particularly …