Donald Trump: ‘Not One Senator Is Endorsing Canada Ted!’

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to reporters during a news conference at the Roundhouse Gymnasium, Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016, in Marshalltown, Iowa. (
AP Photo/Mary Altaffer

GOP frontrunner Donald Trump took to Twitter Friday night to blast 2016 rival Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), GOP Sen. Ben Sasse,  and also Fox News.

Trump’s criticism of Sasse follows a series of Sunday-night tweets from the Nebraska Senator aimed at Trump. Politico reported:

“On Sunday night, Sasse tweeted five questions for Trump, ranging from the personal (“You brag abt many affairs w/ married women. Have you repented? To harmed children & spouses? Do you think it matters?”) to the policy-based (Q2: You’ve said you “hate the concept of guns.” Why the change? When did it happen? What’s the 2nd Amendment mean to you?).”

“We are in a moment of constitutional crisis. America already has one post-constitutional party; we don’t need another,” Sasse later said in a statement.

Sasse reportedly went to Iowa to campaign against Trump, making appearances with both Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-TX).

Trump then tweeted a message aimed at his 2016 rival, Cruz, calling him “Canada Ted.”

After blasting Sasse and Cruz, Trump then went after Fox News for not mentioning that he raised $6 million for veterans at his event Thursday night, instead of participating in Fox News’s GOP debate.


Sen. Ben Sasse responded in a series of seven posts on Twitter to Trump’s Friday night tweets:


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