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Cruz to Trump: ‘You’re a sniveling coward, leave Heidi the hell alone’ — Video

cruz-heidiOn Thursday, a visibly upset Ted Cruz smacked Donald Trump for his attacks on Heidi Cruz, telling Trump through reporters to leave his wife “the hell alone.”

Cruz, however, had quite a bit to say on the subject, calling Trump a “sniveling coward” who seems to have issues with strong women.

He told reporters that not much gets him upset, but the attacks on his wife crossed the line.

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Here’s the full video:

The controversy began when a super PAC not connected to Cruz put out an ad showing a nude Melania Trump.  Cruz denounced the ad as inappropriate, but the war was on.

Trump responded, blaming Cruz for the ad, telling him that he would “spill the beans” on Heidi.  He followed that up with another tweet attacking her appearance.

Heidi responded, telling reporters that much of what Trump says has no basis in reality, but the war continued.

When asked if he would support Trump should he become the nominee, Cruz simply said that Trump won’t win.

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