A Daily Mail reporter asked him yesterday:
“This is a serious question about your character; If the answer is yes, I’ve always been faithful to my wife, then please just say so.”
This is one of five questions he has not answered. A non-denial denial is not an answer. “Yes,” or “no,” is.
If the sex scandal story is completely false “garbage,” why has Cruz not filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the National Enquirer? As a knowledgeable attorney, shouldn’t Cruz sue the Enquirer for slander and defamation of character, not just for himself, but for all of the accused women?
Most information related to lawsuits becomes a matter of public record. If Cruz avoids a lawsuit, what information does he not want made public?
Even Roger Stone says, Cruz should sue him if the allegations are untrue.
Stone told Frank Morano on AM970 The Answer in New Jersey/New York:
— “The Rubio campaign elected not to use this information, but they kept it as a hedge about some of the allegations about Rubio’s personal life.”
— “Cruz holds himself out as a moral exemplar, and I think it is the hypocrisy that once again is problematic here. Where’s his lawsuit? Where’s his $100 million lawsuit against the National Enquirer…”
— “This is very much like the John Edwards case, when the Washington Post, who is chasing this story, or the AP, who is chasing the story. The dirty little secret here is this isn’t just the National Enquirer, this is major media organizations. Every major media organization in the country is pursuing this story. And they are well familiar with the names.”
— “And you have to wonder whether these women, one of whom worked for the Carly Fiorina campaign and then shortly thereafter Ted Cruz pays Carly half a million dollars. Ted despises Carly, and Carly despises Ted. What is the $500,000 for? Can you say hush money?”
— “Maybe Donald Trump is talking about Heidi’s mental breakdown, and the fact that she was found by the local police wandering and disoriented, and she was deemed to be a threat to herself.”
— “Heidi with her husband posing as a conservative Republican was a top aide to Condoleezza Rice at the National Security Council prior to going to the U.S. Trade Rep’s office where she was a top aide for Robert Zelick, who took her to Goldman Sachs — You remember who they are? The bank you and I bailed out.– Goldman then subsequently gave a million dollar illegal sweetheart deal to the Cruz campaign, which he lied about.”