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    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz revealed that his wife is “pretty pissed” that her group chat where she proposed the Cancun getaway were released publicly. The Republican senator, who traveled to Mexico with his family last week as his home state of Texas was in the midst of historic winter storms and power grid failures, explained his wife Heidi’s feelings about the incident on Tuesday. WHAT WAS TED CRUZ THINKING? "I will say Heidi's pretty pissed at that," Ted Cruz, 50, said about his wife on the Ruthless podcast. "Here's a suggestion: just don't be a-------," he added. "Like, just, you know, treat each other as human beings have some degree, some modicum of respect." Photos of Cruz in the airport and on the plane to Mexico surfaced, drawing outrage across the political spectrum. After hours of silence from the lawmaker and his office, Cruz released a...
    Loading the player... Sen. Ted Cruz said his wife, Heidi Cruz, is upset over leaked text messages regarding their recent Mexican vacation. On Tuesday, the senator said he and his family faced heavy criticism after they decided to take a warm vacation while Texas residents suffered frigid temperatures and power outages, per People. “Here’s a suggestion: just don’t be a——-,” said Cruz in regards to who leaked the messages. “Like, just, you know, treat each other as human beings have some degree, some modicum of respect.” Read More: Ted Cruz called out for volunteer photos following trip to Cancun “I will say Heidi’s pretty pissed at that,” said Cruz, 50, in regards to his wife, 48, on Ruthless, a political podcast. The messages from a neighborhood group chat were initially obtained by a local Texas outlet and proved that the trip was a family affair to escape “FREEZING” temperatures. When Cruz returned home,...
    He's like an evil Alfred E. Neuman The reason that Heidi Cruz’s texts became news was not because Heidi Cruz did something wrong. The reason that Heidi Cruz’s texts became news was because her husband, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, attempted to blame his kids for his bad decision-making. Cruz’s very elitist and irresponsible decision to take a vacation to Cancún, Mexico, while millions of people in his state were freezing and without power due in no small part to the “free market,” no-regulation policies that he has championed while in office, is solely his own. His wife’s texts show that the decision to leave Texas for warmer weather is due to the fact that Ted Cruz and his family are wealthy and do not care about Ted Cruz’s job. Ted Cruz knows this. That’s why Ted Cruz tried to slither back into the country and pretend he was just acting as an expensive chaperone...
    Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said his wife Heidi is "pretty p---ed" after someone apparently leaked her texts with neighbors inviting them to escape to Mexico amid a harsh winter storm in Texas earlier in February. "I will say, Heidi's pretty p---ed at that," Cruz said on the "Ruthless" podcast. "She texted several of our neighbors. Now look, our neighbors, we've got a number of Republicans who are our neighbors, but we also have a number of Democrats." TED CRUZ'S WIFE, HEIDI, INVITED NEIGHBORS TO JOIN CANCUN TRIP IN LEAKED TEXTS: REPORT "It's a sign of how ridiculously politicized and nasty — here's a suggestion, just don't be a--holes. Treat each other as human beings," he continued. Mary Kay Hoffman, left, and Cindy Durham, right, wait for the arrival of Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, at the international arrivals terminal at George Bush Intercontinental Airport Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021, in Houston. (AP...
    Ted Cruz has said his wife Heidi is 'p*ssed' that her group texts about their Cancun trip were leaked, telling his neighbors 'don't be a**holes'.  The Texas senator, 50, faced fierce backlash after pictures emerged of the couple and their two daughters, Caroline, 12, and Cathryn, 10, flying out of the state while millions there struggled without power, heat and water during a deadly storm. Text messages obtained by The New York Times show how Heidi, 48, encouraged other mothers on their street to join them on the heavily criticized jaunt in a group chat called 'Lovelies'.  Speaking on conservative podcast Ruthless, Republican Cruz told host Josh Holmes: 'I will say, Heidi is pretty p*ssed at that. She was over at the neighbor’s house yesterday, sort of walking through.'  Cruz then bemoaned 'nasty' politics, adding: 'Look, our neighbors, we got a number of Republicans who are neighbors but we also have a lot of Democrats, folks...
    Heidi Cruz is “pissed” that texts showing her inviting neighborhood pals on the family’s tone-deaf jaunt to Cancun were leaked to the press, according to Sen. Ted Cruz, who ripped those responsible as “a-holes.” The Texas GOPer addressed his PR nightmare of a trip to Mexico on the podcast “Ruthless,” which aired Tuesday. “I will say Heidi’s pretty pissed at that,” Cruz said about the group text where his better half asked friends to flee to Cancun with them amid the “FREEZING” temps. Cruz noted that he has a mix of Republican and Democrat neighbors in his exclusive River Oaks neighborhood in Houston — and said the leak was a sign of “how ridiculously politicized and nasty” people can get. “Here’s a suggestion: just don’t be a–holes,” he continued. “Like, just, you know, treat each other as human beings have some degree, some modicum of respect.” Cruz has...
    More On: ted cruz United Airlines reportedly probing Ted Cruz leak ‘SNL’ roasts Gov. Cuomo over nursing home scandal Ted man walking: Cruz attempts to revive his image after Cancun flap The cost of Ted Cruz family trip to Cancun just went up: Kids will have to quarantine Heidi Cruz is “pissed” that texts showing her inviting neighborhood pals on the family’s tone-deaf jaunt to Cancun were leaked to the press, according to Sen. Ted Cruz, who ripped those responsible as “a-holes.” The Texas GOPer addressed his PR nightmare of a trip to Mexico on the podcast “Ruthless,” which aired Tuesday. “I will say Heidi’s pretty pissed at that,” Cruz said about the group text where his better half asked friends to flee to Cancun with them amid the “FREEZING” temps. Cruz noted that he has a mix of Republican and Democrat neighbors in his exclusive River...
    Photo via Greg Nash/Getty Images Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) grumbled over the public scrutiny he continues to see over his flight to Cancun while the rest of Texas deals with multiple crises. Cruz appeared on Ruthless, the conservative podcast hosted by Josh Holmes, former chief of staff and campaign manager for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY). A significant portion of the conversation revolved around the scandal Cruz faces for flying away from Texas last week — originally intending to take a family vacation — while the state was dealing with freezing temperatures and a collapse in the energy grid. Cruz blew off the firestorm at one point by referencing the joke that he is the Zodiac Killer. “I haven’t had this much negative press coverage since Northern California in the 1960s,” he said. As Cruz went on with more serious complaints over the media coverage surrounding his escapade,...
    A mariachi band descended on Senator Ted Cruz's house on Sunday to troll him and his family over their ill-fated trip to Cancun during the Texas energy crisis.  The band joined protesters outside the Cruz's home in Houston and played cheerfully on the sidewalk. It's unclear who hired them.   The Senator was not home at the time. He returned to Texas on Thursday, a day after leaving, after being lambasted for abandoning the state.  The Texas Senator flew to Mexico last Wednesday afternoon with his wife Heidi and their two daughters, aged 10 and 12, while millions in their home state struggled without power, heat and water.  Scroll down for video  A mariachi band outside Ted Cruz's $2million home in Houston, Texas, on Sunday  He flew back the next day amid outcry over the trip, and defended it by saying he was just being a 'good dad' and appeasing his 'girls',...
    More On: ted cruz The cost of Ted Cruz family trip to Cancun just went up: Kids will have to quarantine Heidi Cruz and kids fly home to storm-battered Texas after Cancun holiday Another Texas pol under fire for taking private plane to Florida as storm crippled state Payback’s a beach: Chris Christie has no sympathy for ‘unlikeable’ Ted Cruz Sen. Ted Cruz released photos of himself on Twitter delivering water and meeting with Texans amid the growing controversy over the Republican lawmaker’s jetting off to tropical Cancun last week as his constituents in the Lone Star State were battling a deep-freeze, widespread power outages and burst pipes that flooded homes. The pictures, posted on his Twitter account Saturday, showed the embattled senator carrying a case of water to several vehicles and shaking hands with a person. He wrote “Texas Strong” in the tweet. Cruz, whose family returned from...
    It’s back to Texas for Heidi Cruz and the kids. The family of Lone Star State Sen. Ted Cruz was spotted Saturday afternoon lining up at Cancun’s airport for the two-and-a-half-hour flight home. The senator’s brood had carried on without him during their Wednesday-through-Saturday vacation at the Mexican resort, after Cruz himself was shamed into turning tail and abandoning the tone-deaf trip. Cruz has faced massive blow-back for traveling to Cancun, with Houston’s own police chief chiding the senator for leaving millions of constituents behind to face historic cold weather, lingering power outages and mounting water shortages. Even ex-N.J. Gov. Chris Christie has enjoyed a moment of schadenfreude at his expense. Cruz had at one point blamed the trip on his daughters, who are ages 10 and 12, saying they had asked for the trip and he was just being a “good daddy.” But now the kids will have to...
    More On: ted cruz Another Texas pol under fire for taking private plane to Florida as storm crippled state Payback’s a beach: Chris Christie has no sympathy for ‘unlikeable’ Ted Cruz AOC raises $2M for Texans in crisis after deadly winter storm Ted Cruz’s family seen soaking up the Cancun sun while Texas shivers It’s back to Texas for Heidi Cruz and the kids. The family of Lone Star State Sen. Ted Cruz was spotted Saturday afternoon lining up at Cancun’s airport for the two-and-a-half-hour flight home. The senator’s brood had carried on without him during their Wednesday-through-Saturday vacation at the Mexican resort, after Cruz himself was shamed into turning tail and abandoning the tone-deaf trip. Cruz has faced massive blow-back for traveling to Cancun, with Houston’s own police chief chiding the senator for leaving millions of constituents behind to face historic cold weather, lingering power outages and mounting...
    The New York Times Ted Cruz’s Cancún Trip: Family Texts Detail His Political Blunder Like millions of his constituents across Texas, Sen. Ted Cruz had a frigid home without electricity this week amid the state’s power crisis. But unlike most, Cruz got out, fleeing Houston and hopping a Wednesday afternoon flight to Cancún with his family for a respite at a luxury resort. Photos of Cruz and his wife, Heidi, boarding the flight ricocheted quickly across social media and left both his political allies and rivals aghast at a tropical trip as a disaster unfolded at home. The blowback only intensified after Cruz, a Republican, released a statement saying he had flown to Mexico “to be a good dad” and accompany his daughters and their friends; he noted he was flying back Thursday afternoon, though he did not disclose how long he had originally intended to stay. Text messages sent...
    Here’s what Ted Cruz is missing out on in Cancun. The Texas senator’s family was happily soaking up the Mexican sun Friday — without him — after leaving the Lone Star State, where millions experienced power outages and record freezing temperatures during a deadly winter storm, exclusive photos show. Cruz’s wife, Heidi, was seen on the sand wearing a red bikini under blue beach umbrellas, video and photos obtained by The Post show. Cruz cut his trip short by two days and returned to Houston Thursday night after receiving backlash from constituents and colleagues for leaving his state while millions of Texans remained in the dark. The Republican senator at first blamed the trip on his daughters, saying he was only chaperoning them to Mexico. But after arriving in the US, he conceded to reporters the getaway was “obviously a mistake and in hindsight I wouldn’t...
    More On: ted cruz Inside Ted Cruz’s $2M Houston house where he stranded family poodle Biden says he plans to visit Texas amid power crisis Did ‘The Simpsons’ predict Ted Cruz’s Cancun debacle back in 1993? Houston police chief calls Ted Cruz’s Cancun trip ‘a little tone-deaf’ Here’s what Ted Cruz is missing out on in Cancun. The Texas senator’s family was happily soaking up the Mexican sun Friday — without him — after leaving the Lone Star State, where millions experienced power outages and record freezing temperatures during a deadly winter storm, exclusive photos show. Cruz’s wife, Heidi, was seen on the sand wearing a red bikini under blue beach umbrellas, video and photos obtained by The Post show. Cruz cut his trip short by two days and returned to Houston Thursday night after receiving backlash from constituents and colleagues for leaving his state while millions...
    TED CRUZ hit headlines on Thursday (18 February, 2020) for fleeing to Cancun during Texas' brutal winter storm. Cruz and family faced backlash after it emerged they'd made a run for it, as extreme weather, frozen wind turbines and high demand for electricity led to blackouts in the state. But how much is the senator worth? 2CelebrityNetWorth reports that as a Senator, Cruz earns an annual salary of $174,000.Credit: AFP or licensors What is Ted Cruz's net worth? Ted Cruz is a junior United States Senator for the state of Texas who has a net worth of $4 million, according to CelebrityNetWorth. An influential figure in US politics, Ted Cruz was the runner-up for the 2016 Republican Presidential Nomination. Although Ted Cruz started out with a career in law, he soon gravitated towards politics. What is Ted Cruz's salary? CelebrityNetWorth also reports that as a Senator Cruz earns an...
    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s wife reportedly boasted about the couple’s upcoming trip to sunny Cancun, Mexico, amid the “FREEZING” weather ravaging the Lone Star State — and invited several neighbors to join them on their jaunt. The Republican lawmaker, who flew home Thursday amid outrage over his trip during the once-in-a-lifetime storm, has claimed he was only chaperoning his daughters and their pals on the flight. But leaked messages obtained by the local news outlet Reform Austin reveal that his wife, Heidi, invited friends and neighbors for the getaway at the Ritz-Carlton, where she noted that the price for a room was $309 plus tax. “Anyone can or want to leave for the week? We may go to Cancun there is a direct flights at 4:45pm and hotels w capacity,” she reportedly wrote early Wednesday, according to the outlet. “Seriously. Covid test to come back which we will take...
    Houston's Police Chief has slammed Texas senator Ted Cruz as 'tone deaf' after he flew to Cancun in the middle of the state's energy crisis for a vacation.  Chief Art Acevedo said it is for Cruz to explain his 'bad decision', after confirming the senator requested a police escort at Houston's airport before his trip.  Cruz enraged his state by fleeing in the midst of the worst snow storms to hit in decades, with the power failing for millions, and people left freezing in the subzero temperatures.  At least 24 people are known to have died in Texas.  Cruz had blamed his 10 and 12-year-old daughters for his ill-advised tip, claiming he was 'just trying to be a dad' and make them happy.    Houston's Police Chief Art Acevedo  has slammed Texas senator Ted Cruz as 'tone deaf' after he flew to Cancun in the middle of the state's...
    More On: ted cruz Mexico trip was ‘obviously a mistake,’ Cruz says Sen. Ted Cruz arrives back in Texas with armed police escort Ted on arrival: Cruz returning from Cancun amid Texas power crisis Cruz reportedly on his way home after Cancun trip amid Texas power crisis Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s wife reportedly boasted about the couple’s upcoming trip to sunny Cancun, Mexico, amid the “FREEZING” weather ravaging the Lone Star State — and invited several neighbors to join them on their jaunt. The Republican lawmaker, who flew home Thursday amid outrage over his trip during the once-in-a-lifetime storm, has claimed he was only chaperoning his daughters and their pals on the flight. But leaked messages obtained by the local news outlet Reform Austin reveal that his wife, Heidi, invited friends and neighbors for the getaway at the Ritz-Carlton, where she noted that the price for a room was...
    TED CRUZ came home from Cancun on Thursday after facing backlash for fleeing Texas as a snowstorm left millions without power or water. A series of text messages appear to show the Lone Star senator's wife, Heidi Cruz, talking to neighbors about a getaway to Cancun as the state suffers the worst storm in its history. 3Text messages appear to show the Lone Star senator's wife, Heidi Cruz, talking to neighbors about a getaway to CancunCredit: Getty Images - Getty What did Heidi Cruz say in group texts about going to Cancun? Ted Cruz's (R) wife invited a number of friends and neighbors to join them on a last-minute Cancun getaway this week while winter weather left millions without power in the Lone Star State. In group messages obtained by The New York Times, Heidi Cruz stated that her house was "FREEZING". "Is everyone warm? That's a must! We could...
    Texas Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzBette Midler: Texas freeze may be 'payback' for Cruz, Cornyn not recognizing 'that #Joe won' Texas governor faces criticism over handling of winter storm fallout Texas lawmakers' tweets mocking California power outages resurface amid winter storm MORE's (R) wife invited a number of friends and neighbors to join them on a last-minute Cancun getaway this week as winter weather left millions without power in the Lone Star State. In group messages obtained by The New York Times, Heidi Cruz stated that her house was "FREEZING" and invited an unspecified number of people to join her family for a trip to the Mexican vacation spot until Sunday. The messages, which were verified by a second, unnamed person in the thread, invited the friends to join them at the Ritz-Carlton in Cancun and noted the room price this week at $309 per night. She added that her family has...
    Leaked texts reveal Sen. Ted Cruz’s wife, Heidi, discussing frigid conditions in Texas and inviting neighbors on a getaway trip to a resort in Cancun, Mexico even as state residents were without power or clean water, according to a report Thursday. In the texts obtained by the New York Times, Heidi Cruz reportedly told neighbors on a group thread Wednesday that her home was "FREEZING." She invited neighbors to join the Cruz family on a trip to the Ritz-Carlton resort in Cancun, adding that they had stayed there "many times." CRUZ ADMITS CANCUN TRIP 'OBVIOUSLY A MISTAKE' "Anyone can or want to leave for the week?" she wrote, according to the Times. "We may go to Cancun." Millions of Texans were left without power, heat, or clean water this week after below-freezing temperatures compromised the state’s power grid. Critics ripped Cruz for fleeing the state for a tropical vacation even as his...
    Group text messages sent by Heidi Cruz, wife of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R), show that the family’s Cancun controversial getaway was a last-minute decision, one that came after she invited other friends in what was an attempt on her part to flee the Cruz’a “FREEZING” home. The chats, leaked to the New York Times and included in a Thursday evening story, reveal the Senator’s spouse making the pitch for coming along with her family, noting that the hotel where she would be staying has plenty of rooms and that families can get a Covid text before they return. “Anyone can or want to leave for the week?” Cruz wrote on the group text. “We may go to Cancún.” The Senator’s wife also pitched a “direct flight” and “hotels w capacity. Seriously.” “Text messages sent from Ms. Cruz to friends and Houston neighbors on Wednesday revealed a hastily planned trip. Their house was ‘FREEZING,’...
    As Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) continues to do damage control over his ill-timed trip to Cancun during a once-in-a-lifetime disaster in Texas, text messages purporting to show his wife boasting about the trip to neighbors and friends beforehand have emerged. Cruz has suggested he only went on the spontaneous getaway to appease his daughters, but messages from Heidi Cruz cited by The New York Times late Thursday and screenshotted on Twitter paint a far different picture, one of a gleeful escape. In texts confirmed by two people on the text message chain, Heidi Cruz invited neighbors along for the getaway from her “freezing” home. “Anyone can or want to leave for the week? We may go to Cancun,” she reportedly wrote early Wednesday, mentioning a “direct “flight” and “hotels w capacity.” “Seriously. COVID test to come back which we will take there,” she continued. With many Texans struggling to...
    HEIDI Cruz is a managing director in the Investment Management Division at Goldman Sachs and has been married to Senator Ted Cruz since 2001. But who exactly is the senator's wife and do they have children together? 4She took a leave of absence in 2016 to help her husband run for officeCredit: Reuters Who is Heidi Cruz?  Heidi Cruz is a managing director in the Investment Management Division at Goldman Sachs and the wife of Texas Sen Ted Cruz.  The 48-year-old was promoted to regional head for the Investment Management Division in 2012. 4Cruz and Heidi moved to Texas when he became senator of the stateCredit: Reuters In 2016, Heidi took a leave of absence from work to help her husband campaign for the presidential election.  Do they have children?  4Cruz ran for office in 2016 but conceded to Trump after not getting much support in the raceCredit: Reuters Donald,...
    TED Cruz has been the senator of the state of Texas since 2013. Cruz is married to his wife Heidi Cruz, and together they have two children. 5 Ted CruzCredit: EPA How many children do they have? Cruz and Heidi have two daughters, Caroline and Catherine Cruz. Born in 2008, Caroline is 12-years-old, and younger sister Catherine is 10-years-old. In 2017, Cruz brought his daughters to meet President Donald Trump. Cruz and his wife have been married for 19-years. 5 Ted Cruz and his wife Heidi have two daughters togetherCredit: AP:Associated Press Did Ted Cruz fly to Cancun, Mexico? Senator Cruz came under fire the evening of February 17, after photographs of him boarding a flight to Cancun, Mexico went viral on social media. Cruz's decision to jet off to the sunny paradise comes as the state of Texas continues to scramble with a deadly winter blast that has left...
    George Clooney mocked Ted Cruz for supporting Donald Trump despite him suggesting that the Texas senator's wife was ugly during a heated Twitter exchange in 2016.  During an interview with The New York Times on Wednesday, Clooney was asked if he agreed that President-elect Joe Biden will be able to find support from Republicans during his administration.   'No, not about that. The world is different now. I mean, Ted Cruz, think about what a yutz this guy is!' Clooney, 59, said.  'I don’t care what your political view is: If a guy said that my wife was ugly and my father killed Kennedy, there is no way in the world you could have me come out and say, “I’ll defend you".'  George Clooney recently mocked Ted Cruz for supporting Donald Trump despite him suggesting that the Texas senator's wife was ugly during a heated Twitter exchange in 2016 Clooney...
    HOLLYWOOD liberal George Clooney slammed "carnival barker" Donald Trump and ripped Republicans who have stood by him. Clooney's remarks came during an interview with The New York Times, where he referred to Republican Ted Cruz as being a "yutz" for sticking by Trump after he insulted his wife and his father. 5George Clooney slammed Donald Trump and ripped Republican members who have continued to stand by himCredit: Getty Images "I mean, Ted Cruz, think about what a yutz this guy is!" Clooney told the Times. "I don't care what your political view is: If a guy said that my wife was ugly and my father killed Kennedy, there is no way in the world you could have me come back and say, 'I'll defend you.'" The Hollywood star continued by ripping other GOP members, "Every single one of these guys have aspirations for bigger things - Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz,...
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