Ted Cruz is trailing Donald Trump in delegates in the race for the GOP nomination, but he envisions himself in front of the businessman in at least one way, suggesting he’d need to use reverse gear to run over his chief competitor for the Republican nomination.
When Jimmy Kimmel asked the Texas Senator who he disliked more, Barack Obama or Donald Trump, Cruz said: “If I were in my car and getting ready to reverse and saw Donald in the backup camera, I’m not confident which pedal I’d push,” going on to call him “unique” as Cruz and Kimmel shared a laugh or three at the front runner’s expense. “I dislike Obama’s policies more. Donald is a unique individual,” Cruz said, trailing off to laughter.
The two have been going at one another pretty much daily, including a fight that involved the candidates’ wives.
He also criticized Trump on Wednesday for his comments about abortion, saying the businessman “hasn’t seriously thought through the issues, and he’ll say anything to get attention.”
It was a previously scheduled appearance, as Breitbart News reported: “Up by 10 in WI: Ted Cruz Heads to California for Donors, Jimmy Kimmel”
Sen. Ted Cruz is winning so big in Wisconsin right now, he’s leaving the all-important state for southern California days ahead of the Wisconsin primary for an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night comedy show and a high-dollar fundraiser in Newport Beach.