Thursday, March 3, 2016
The more Ted Cruz rises in the polls, the more attention is being paid to his overall electability as a man who looks, as one fellow Princeton classmate described him, “about as telegenic as an undertaker.”
The answer to why so many people instinctively dislike the Texas Republican is one that intrigued Richard E. Cytowic, a professor of neurology at George Washington University. Writing in Psychology Today, Cytowic noted that Cruz’s “atypical expressions” left him “uneasy,” and that he was not alone among people who have watched Cruz up close and from afar.
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