Based on a report from The Hill, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz may be persuaded to re-enter the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
His decision will be made based on the results of the Nebraska primary on Tuesday.
Following his May 3 loss in Indiana to Donald Trump, Cruz announced his decision to suspend his campaign.
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Sitting down with Glenn Beck on Beck’s radio show, Cruz discussed the possibility of restarting his campaign. “We launched this campaign intending to win,” Cruz said. “The reason we suspended our campaign was that with the Indiana loss, I felt there was no path to victory. If that changes, we will certainly respond accordingly.”
Cruz said he was leaving the door open although he does not expect to win the Nebraska primary.
When asked if he would support Trump, Cruz said, “This is a choice every voter is going to have to make. I would note, it’s not a choice we as voters have to make today.” Cruz went on to note that there were months before the convention and election day.
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In opposition to Trump, Cruz and such well-known Republians as President George H.W. Bush, President George W. Bush, John McCain and Mitt Romney have said they will not be in attendance at the Republican National Convention, which takes place in Cleveland in July.
The Cruz campaign has made it clear they do not plan to impede Trump’s nomination. In a conference call Monday, Rep. Ken Buck of Colorado said, “This is not something nefarious we’re plotting at the convention. The Cruz team really just wants to make sure the platform reflects conservative values so that conservatives are excited about turning out this November and in the future.”
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