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Ted Cruz’s ex-roommate ridicules his ‘calculated’ Trump endorsement: He has ‘defeated himself’

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Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) college roommate explained the Tea Party lawmaker’s decision on Friday to endorse Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, the Boston Globe reported.

While others were surprised that Cruz would back the GOP’s presidential nominee after calling him a “pathological liar” during the party primaries, Craig Mazin said, he was not. According to him, the key to understanding Cruz’s motivation is to start one’s every thought with the phrase, “I’m supposed to be president,” or ISTBP for short. Doing so meant getting into Cruz’s head.

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“I apologize for that,” he wrote. “But hey, it’s not as bad as living with him.”

Mazin broke down his theory in a series of tweets, some of which can be seen below:

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Therefore, Mazin said, that Cruz would endorse the man who insulted his wife Heidi is not about principle, but about the “calculation” that he believes will eventually lead him to the presidency. However, he added:

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After concluding his explanation, though, Mazin couldn’t resist another jab at his former roommate:

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DOJ argues Congress can’t stop Trump Org from taking foreign payments — despite Constitution’s emoluments clause

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The so-called emoluments clause has been the center of a case that many legal scholars have been making that President Donald Trump is regularly violating the Constitution by continuing to accept payments from foreign governments via his businesses.

The Washington Post reports that an attorney from the Trump Department of Justice argued on Monday that the emoluments clause doesn't actually prevent Trump from accepting payments from foreign governments, even though the clause specifically states that "no person holding any office of profit or trust under them, shall, without the consent of the Congress, accept of any present, emolument, office, or title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State."

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Chris Wallace shreds Ken Starr: Trump’s scandal ‘a much bigger issue than whether Bill Clinton lied about sex’

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Estranged Republican horrified her former party thinks Trump is better than Lincoln

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Estranged former Republican Ashley Pratte found herself aghast by a recent poll showing a majority of GOP voters now rate President Donald Trump more favorably than Abraham Lincoln.

Writing for NBC News, Pratte argued that Lincoln, widely considered by historians to be one of America's greatest presidents, was the polar opposite of Trump.

"Trump’s years in office have been full of nepotism, scandal, profiting from his position as president and now he is about to become the third-ever president to be impeached," she argued. "So how can those same Republicans now honestly believe that Trump has, in any way, been a good president, let alone one of the best?"

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