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Rick Perry Can Beat Ted Cruz In 2018 Based On New Polling

Sen. Ted Cruz' political career would be over if that happened.
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Wouldn't this be rich?

A new PPP poll says that Rick Perry would easily beat Sen. Ted Cruz by 9 points if the election were held today.

The former Texas governor would beat Cruz by 9 percentage points, according to the forthcoming survey from the Democratic-leaning firm Public Policy Polling. Set to be released later today, the poll found Perry would get 46 percent of the vote and Cruz 37 percent, with 18 percent saying they are not sure whom they would support.

Now it makes sense why Rick Perry blasted Khizr Khan, for daring to speak against Donald Trump.

Former Gov. Rick Perry is defending Donald Trump’s war of words with the family of a fallen Muslim soldier, saying the father “struck the first blow” against the Republican presidential nominee and is not above criticism in return.

Remember, Trump has vowed to spend millions of dollars to defeat ted Cruz' political future after this election.

Perry, who was once a Cruz supporter is now openly dissing a Gold Star family. For what purpose?

Me thinks, you know.

And Cruz would be banished to the think tank side of conservatism.


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