Thursday, January 28, 2016

Trump to debate Cruz — when he proves presidential eligibility

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Donald Trump’s campaign manager on Thursday said the GOP primary front-runner would agree to debate Ted Cruz after the Texas senator confirms that he is eligible to run for president.
“Once you’ve gotten that ruling from the federal judge and you’re the last man standing in this presidential contest next to Donald Trump, we’ll be happy to have a debate with you one on one, anywhere you want, because that’s the way the system works,” Corey Lewandowski told Boston radio host Jeff Kuhner, as first reported by BuzzFeed News.
“But, as it stands right now, we don’t even know if Ted Cruz is legally eligible to run for president of the United States,” he added.
After Trump decided to skip Thursday evening’s GOP primary debate on Fox News due to his feud with co-moderator Megyn Kelly, Cruz challenged the billionaire businessman to a “mano a mano” debate in Iowa on Saturday.

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