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The White House reads Ted Cruz to filth

Related: White House trashes Marjorie Taylor Greene with one, brutal tweetAround ten days ago, Cruz appeared on KAMC and touted his achievements in bringing new jobs to Texas.“The Ports to Plains highway will run from Laredo all the way up to North Dakota and into Canada,” he wrote in a caption accompanying a video clip. “This project will bring jobs to Texas and millions of dollars to the state. A great bipartisan victory!”The White House pointed out that Cruz voted against the legislation that paved the way for this.Senator Cruz voted against this.

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