Ted Cruz: Trump Attacked My Wife, Father

While the convention and Trump's acceptance speech have been criticized for attacks on Clinton and focusing on people's fears over their safety and home and overseas , Thompson said those are the subjects that voters want answers to. Cruz's campaign had no connection to the super PAC, an anti-Trump outfit, and Cruz had denounced the ad as inappropriate. "I think my message is a good message".

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