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    Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, says his wife is not happy that texts about the family’s getaway to Cancun during the states power outage wound up leaked to The New York Times. In an interview on the “Ruthless” podcast, Cruz dead-panned about the trip furor, “I haven’t had this much negative press coverage since Northern California in the 1960s,” a reference to the persistent joke that he’s the notorious Zodiac serial killer. Cruz drew outrage for the getaway — bad news that worsened when The Times obtained group texts Cruzs wife, Heidi, sent to friends and neighbors about the trip. Cruzs remarks start at the 38:25-minute mark. "Heidis pretty p***ed at that," Cruz said. "She actually was over at her neighbors house yesterday sort of walking through [it]." Cruz said the group his wife texted includes both Republicans and Democrats, and called the leak “ridiculously politicized and nasty.” "Heres a suggestion: Just dont be a**holes....
    Texas Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzTexas attorney general and wife went to Utah amid winter storm crisis Overnight Health Care: US surpasses half a million COVID deaths | House panel advances Biden's .9T COVID-19 aid bill | Johnson & Johnson ready to provide doses for 20M Americans by end of March Tanden's path to confirmation looks increasingly untenable MORE (R) on Tuesday said that his wife, Heidi Cruz, was “pretty pissed,” over group text messages leaked to The New York Times last week that showed she invited friends and neighbors to join their trip to Mexico as their home state was battered by an extreme winter storm.  In an interview on Josh Holmes’s conservative “Ruthless” podcast, the GOP senator said that his wife was recently at a neighbor’s house “walking through the messages,” and suggested that the leaked texts may have been tied to the fact that some of his...
    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...
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    Loading the player... After yesterday’s viral images showed Ted Cruz leaving Texas to fly to Cancun with his family, more information has emerged showing he truly was fleeing due to the record low temperatures and electricity issues. The New York Times reported on Thursday that Cruz’s wife, Heidi, sent texts to friends and neighbors saying that their house was “FREEZING,” and she suggested going on vacation.  Read More: Texas power outages below 500,000 but water crisis persists She asked them if they wanted to accompany her family on the trip to Mexico for a stay at the Ritz-Carlton, which, she noted, has good security, according to text messages acquired by The Times. The text messages from Heidi Cruz dont seem to match up with the explanation Ted Cruz gave in his earlier statement.— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 18, 2021 This revelation comes after Cruz called the vacation to a...
    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...
    REPUBLICAN Senator Ted Cruz’s wife planned a Cancun getaway to escape the “FREEZING” weather in Texas, text messages reveal.  Heidi Cruz wanted her family to stay at the Ritz Carlton in Cancun, Mexico, and noted that the room price was $309 per night, according to texts obtained by The New York Times on Thursday.  8Heidi Cruz in a group texted said Texas was 'FREEZING' and invited others to the Ritz Carlton in CancunCredit: Twitter/@DavidShuster 8Heidi Cruz sent text messages asking people to join the family in Cancun She texted on Wednesday that the Cruz home was “FREEZING” and invited others to fly to the Ritz Carlton where they had stayed “many times.”  “Anyone can or want to leave for the week?” wrote Heidi Cruz, who is a managing director at Goldman Sachs.  “We may go to Cancun.” The text messages were confirmed to The Times by a second person who...
    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,’...
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