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Ted Cruz: Cartoon of Daughters ‘Has No Place in Politics’

Sen. Ted Cruz beaten a Washington Post on Wednesday for edition an online editorial animation depicting his dual immature daughters as dancing monkeys, revelation a throng in Tulsa that a conflict “has no place in politics.”

“Not too many ticks me off, though creation fun of my girls, that’ll do it,” Cruz pronounced in response to a cartoon, that has given been taken down.

“It used to be for a prolonged time a manners opposite a house that kids are off limits,” he added. “That should be a rules. Don’t disaster with a kids. Don’t disaster with my kids. Don’t disaster with Marco’s kids. Don’t disaster with Hillary’s kid. Don’t disaster with anybody’s kids. Leave kids alone And if a media wants to conflict and gibe each Republican, good that’s what they’re gonna do. But leave a kids alone.”

“Let’s disagree about extrinsic taxation rates. Let’s disagree about policy. But don’t be aggressive 5 year-old girls. That has no place in politics.”

Cruz also pronounced that he “appreciates” a support of his associate Republicans and that he’s blissful that a Washington Post private a image. “It was a right thing to do,” he said.

On Tuesday, Cruz launched an “emergency” interest seeking to lift $1 million in 24 hours in response to a cartoon.

“My daughters are not FAIR GAME,” he wrote in a fundraising email sent late Tuesday. “I’m disgusted … we knew I’d be confronting attacks from day one of my campaign, though we never approaching anything like this.”

Image: Ted Cruz fundraising interest over Washington Post animation


Cruz indicted a “liberal media” of attempting to “attack and destroy me (and my family) by any means necessary.”

“This is an puncture — all hands on deck,” his fundraising minute added. “Click here to make an instant, puncture grant and assistance me quarrel back.”

Image: Sen. Ted Cruz shops for valuables with his daughters


The animation by Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Ann Telnaes sparked evident debate and was after taken down by a Post.

Telnaes also posted a twitter display a picture on Tuesday, that settled that “Ted Cruz uses his kids as domestic props.” It was after deleted.

The animation — that portrayed Cruz in a Santa outfit with an organ-grinder and daughters Catherine, 4, and Caroline, 7, as monkeys — was transposed by a note from editorial page editor Fred Hiatt, explaining that it had generally been a Post’s process “to leave children out of it.”

Hiatt said: “I unsuccessful to demeanour during this animation before it was published. we know because Ann suspicion an difference to a process was fitting in this case, though we do not agree.”

Telnaes was herself unapologetic, posting a couple on Twitter to a satire debate ad expelled by Cruz’s debate that showed him reading Christmas stories to his daughters with titles such as “How Obamacare Stole Christmas” and “Rudolph a Underemployed Reindeer.” That ad aired during a many new part “Saturday Night Live.”

Cruz perceived support from his Republican opposition Marco Rubio, who called a animation “disgusting.”

And Donald Trump tweeted a invulnerability of Cruz on Wednesday morning, too.

Cruz will spend Wednesday on a final day of an eight-state, 12-city “Christmas Tour.”

A new inhabitant Quinnipiac poll expelled Tuesday put a Canadian-born Texas senator during 24 percent in a competition for a GOP assignment — behind Donald Trump during 28 percent.

Last weekend, Cruz’s wife, Heidi, and a couple’ daughters assimilated him for a weekend outing by a South. While their father shook hands, his dual daughters stood on theatre and waved to a crowd.

Image: Ted Cruz and daughters Catherine and Caroline


Article source: http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/ted-cruz-blasts-washington-post-cartoon-daughters-monkeys-n484901

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