Top Republican Breaks Silence About A 2028 Presidential Run

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( – Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in a Fox News Digital interview argued that his current focus was on supporting former President Donald Trump and stated that he would be deciding on a possible future presidential run “down the road.”  

During an interview, Cruz had been asked if he was looking to run again for the White House in the future. In response, he argued that this was a decision that he would be making down the road, but that for right now all of his energy was focused on 2024 and supporting Trump in winning back the White House. 

Cruz had first joined the Senate in 2013 and had announced his first presidential run in 2015. During the 2016 presidential campaign trail, he had often clashed with the former President. Throughout his first campaign, Trump had often slammed Cruz and his family and had even gone as far as to give him the nickname “Lyin’ Ted.” Trump had also accused Trump that his father had been involved in the assassination of former President Kennedy. 

At the time Cruz had often responded to Trump, and in the Republican National Convention had not endorsed him. However, he did end up endorsing Trump in the 2016 presidential election and has since then been a strong ally for the former President. He also endorsed Trump’s presidential campaign for 2024 earlier this year. 

In November’s election, Cruz is going to be facing off for his seat against Rep. Colin Allred (D-Texas). The Hill/Decision Desk HQ’s polling average has found that Cruz has a 7.4 percentage point lead against the Democratic candidate in the polls.

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