I did not see this one coming.
As reported by Politico, Ted Cruz is dropping out of the race for the Republican nomination.
I guess the singing Fiorina wasn’t enough to save the sinking ship.
The move is still surprising though, after all Cruz had an almost prefect track-record in the so-called “shadow-primary” that secured him many loyal delegates even in states that Trump had previously won. (But then you need to make it to a second ballot in Cleveland for those to come into play.)
So now we have the unlikeliest of unlikely scenarios: Donald Trump and John Kasich are the only two remaining GOP-contenders.
Seems like there won’t be a contested convention after all.
I know that neither Ted Cruz nor Carly Fiorina are candidates from New York, but when one of them starts singing on stage, I still have to share it.
I mean, come on, have you seen it?
It’s like a scene in a horror movie before someone dies. Or the best piece of comedy ever written.
SNL won’t be able to top this, because the comedy version will never be as good as the original.
And I just can’t stop watching it.
After Donald Trump‘s five-state winning spree yesterday, it’s not looking good for Ted Cruz.
In a desperate attempt to shape things up, the Texas senator will pick Carly Fiorina as his running mate according to Politico. Cruz is expected to make an official announcement later today.