Donald Trump Won’t Rule Out Cruz As VP, ‘Always Gotten Along Well’

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump attends a campaign rally at the Sioux City Orpheum Theatre on January 31, 2016 in Sioux City, Iowa. Trump and other presidential hopefuls are in Iowa trying to gain support and crucial votes for tomorrow's caucuses. (Photo by )
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump won’t rule out choosing rival Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) as a potential vice president if he is elected president, according to Politico.

“Well, I don’t know. Look, I have nothing against him. It was sort of a sad thing that happened, but I’ve always liked him,” Trump told Hugh Hewitt on his radio show Thursday, after weeks of trashing his primary rival as nasty, hypocritical and disliked.

Trump added that he has “always gotten along well” with Cruz, but that “I’m so much now focused on New Hampshire.”

The remarks come a day after Trump said he would likely sue after tweeting that Cruz cheated and “illegally” stole Monday’s caucuses in Iowa.