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Ted Cruz Is 'Proud To Dance With One Who Brung Him'

Glenn Beck and Ted Cruz are happy dance partners.

Aww, this is so sweet. Ted Cruz turned to his best bud Glenn Beck right after his big announcement party at Liberty University on Monday, promising to have and to hold 'stand happily together' with Glenny on the long road to the White House.

The long, long, long, never-ending road to the White House, I might add.

Ted Cruz personally called Glenn Beck last Friday night to inform him that he was going to be announcing his run for the presidency on Monday morning. As Cruz walked off the stage at Liberty University yesterday after making the announcement, he immediately called into Beck's radio program. Beck's entire program last night was dedicated to hailing and defending Cruz. Today, Cruz once again called into Beck's radio show where he declared that he is "very proud" to "stand together happily" with Beck while making his run for the White House.

After declaring that his presidential announcement was "electric" and "inspiring," Cruz told Beck that it was made even better by the fact that "the very first voice I spoke to after the announcement speech was you."

After Beck noted that "being our friend" might not necessarily be a good thing for Cruz's campaign, Cruz assured him that "I am very proud to dance with who brung me."

"We will stand together happily,"

Isn't that sweet? I have a feeling Glenny and Ted will be dancing together for a long time, but not on the White House lawn anytime soon.

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