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Ted Cruz on Trump’s Cabinet – They’re Conservative “All Stars”!

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It seems that Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is a far better team player than most of his colleagues in the GOP, as the man who took Donald Trump down to the wire in the race for the Republican Presidential nomination recently praised the President-elect’s nominees to his Cabinet.

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Senator Cruz was appearing as a guest on WMAL’s The Larry O’Connor Show this past week when he explained how happy he was with the choices that Donald Trump had made for Cabinet level positions. Cruz told O’Connor that he was “really pleased and very impressed with the Cabinet nominations of President-elect Trump… This is a serious cabinet, a cabinet of highly qualified individuals, it is a cabinet of strong conservatives. The President-elect should be commended for bringing together a team of all stars, and I think that bodes really well, I hope, for the commitment to carry through on promises we made.”

You can hear the whole interview here:

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