Trump on Edge of Nervous Breakdown with Cruz Obsession

Posted by on Jan 21, 2016 at 8:16 am

Seems to us if Ted Cruz is so irrelevant and “nobody likes him” as Trump claims, why is he so obsessed with trashing him 24/7?  Yes, we understand it’s politics, but how unhinged has he become?

The business mogul questioned whether Cruz would be able to perform as president after angering so many of his congressional colleagues.
“Everybody dislikes him. I mean, he’s a nasty guy that everybody dislikes,” Trump said.
“You’re going to have to make deals, you’re going to have to get these senators and congressmen and all of these people, you have to cajole them. … You gotta make deals. We can’t always sign executive orders, you can’t do it. That wasn’t the way our founders set up this country.”
At times during the interview, Trump became worked up, raising his voice as he reiterated his attacks on Cruz’s eligibility to become president.
“He was born in Canada and he was a citizen of Canada until 15 months ago, and he says he didn’t know that,” he said.
“He’s got a very big problem because he was born in Canada,” and there are experts who think that disqualifies him, Trump added.
“This is a huge problem. So how can the Republicans pick somebody with a very substantial chance that he’s not allowed to run for president?”
He’s the only one babbling about Canada, so who’s the nervous one? And he rambled on further.
“But in the meantime, he’s borrowed from the banks, he’s personally guaranteed, and he didn’t put them on his personal financial disclosure form, which is a tremendous sin. I mean, that’s a horrible thing he did. And he didn’t disclose all of this information.”
The New York Times reported last week that Cruz had failed to disclose two loans totaling $1.5 million to the FEC in 2012, but included them in a separate financial disclosure. Cruz has defended it as a paperwork error.
Shortly after the report came out, Trump said during an interview with Bloomberg News: “Well, I heard it’s a big thing. I know nothing about it. But I hear it’s a very big thing. I hope he solves it. I think he’s a nice guy and I hope he gets it solved.”
Wait, he’s a nice guy? But we thought everyone disliked him? He “heard” it’s a big thing but knows nothing about it? This guy sounds like a mental patient off his meds. We suspect Trump realizes his support is a mile wide and an inch deep and Cruz has a surprise in store for him in Iowa. If Cruz beats him there we won’t have enough hours in the day to chronicle Trumps’s meltdown.

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20 Responses to “Trump on Edge of Nervous Breakdown with Cruz Obsession”

  1. red speck on 21/21/16 at 9:35 am

    Yup… he’s one klassy guy, that Trump.

    “I hear Cruz trolls for prostitutes on weekends. I don’t know anything about it, but it’s a big deal and I hear it all the time. And he keeps a goat tied to the fence in his backyard for when he’s feeling frisky and his wife is out of town. I mean, I haven’t seen it or heard about it or confirmed it, but he might. And that’d be very serious, and we just can’t have a goat-poker in the Oval Office, because Two Corinthians says “Love not thy neighbor’s goat” or something. It says it right there in my bible, which I keep with me all the time. Sometimes I like Three Corinthians, because Paul (or was it Ringo?) made some updates to make the passage way classier. Anyway, you should check into this Cruz guy. He’s very nice, but I also hear he’s a drag queen from Guatemala.”

  2. John Falco on 21/21/16 at 10:55 am

    Trump is not trashing Cruz, he is speaking the truth and is about to run the able to win the R nomination. To the contrary, Cruz is the one who is having a nervous breakdown which would explain his endorsement by Glenn Beck (who is also having a nervous breakdown) in Waterloo, Iowa (Napoleon irony). Smells of total desperation by Cruz. Pass the popcorn!

  3. packerfan on 21/21/16 at 11:02 am

    So tell me…if a kid born to someone in the US Armed Forces while stationed overseas somewhere…say Germany…can that kid not be President because they were born outside the borders of the United States? Stupid…right?

    If the kid in the question above is born to a US Citizen…no matter where in the world, then that kid is be default a US Citizen.

    I’m tired of this “brither” garbage.

  4. Dustin on 21/21/16 at 11:12 am

    ” Cruz is the one who is having a nervous breakdown ”

    Cruz seems really calm to me. Recall how he praised Palin even when she endorsed Trump. Cruz has been classy and reasonable. His criticism of his opponents has been restrained and to the point, and not at all personal or mean.

    Trump has actually threatened to sue opponents and press over their opinions, which is absolutely unhinged and basically spitting on our constitution.

    Your comment is projection, bud.

  5. So what on 21/21/16 at 11:19 am

    So, Packerfan, you are unable to distinguish the difference between someone posted outside the United States at the will of the government (military and diplomats) and someone who simply choses not to live in their country of birth? There is a difference, yes; is it substantive? Up to debate. But a difference none-the-less.

  6. Iblis on 21/21/16 at 11:39 am

    I have a feeling Cruz is polling higher than they’re letting on. Both in Iowa and NH. That’s why they’re throwing the kitchen sink now. They think if they stop him here, he’ll fizzle for the SEC primary

  7. rayj on 21/21/16 at 11:52 am

    No, ‘So what’, there is no legal difference.
    Not even a less than substantive one.
    And given that Trump made a total ass of himself when he tried the same thing to The One, I’m really surprised that he’s doing it again.

  8. centralscrutinizer on 21/21/16 at 12:29 pm

    All of those hypocritical Constitutional Framers should be ashamed of themselves for giving us this problem. You realize NOT ONE of them was a natural born citizen. You do realize that the first seven POTUS’s were NOT natural born citizens. Martin Van
    Buren was the first POTUS born in the USA. I really wish Cracker Jack would stop making CONSTITUTIONAL SCHOLAR degrees a prize. I also wish everybody hung up on this non-issue would focus on the truly important issues of the day, you know, like the fact they are still killing lions in Africa.

  9. formwiz on 21/21/16 at 12:35 pm

    A blurb from Wiki:

    Cruz has used harsh rhetoric against fellow Republican politicians, and his relationships with various Republican members of Congress have been strained. In 2013, Cruz referred to Republicans who he thought were insufficiently resistant to the proposals of President Obama as a “surrender caucus.” Cruz also called fellow Republicans out as “squishes” on gun-control issues during a tea party rally.

    Wow! Sounds like Teddy needs a little Valium, too.

  10. Evan3457 on 21/21/16 at 12:56 pm

    Actually, it sounds more like Teddy is telling the truth about his fellow Republican politicians, and most conservatives agree with those descriptions, which is why they’re angry enough not to support candidates from the party establishment, which is how Trump got so popular, so fast.

    Harry Truman, in response to the popular phrase “Give ’em hell, Harry!”, replied “”I never give them hell. I just tell the truth and they think it’s hell.”

  11. Jakee308 on 21/21/16 at 1:29 pm

    If as person gives birth overseas and they are working for the US, then that’s a natural born citizen.

    However if a person is not working for the US then the child is a citizen (by law) but not a natural born citizen.

    And anyone born on us soil is a natural born citizen.

    it’s the soil then whether the parents were working for the US at the time.

    Easy peasy but only to those who wish to see the truth.

  12. Gunga Done on 21/21/16 at 3:13 pm

    The only obsession visible on this site is JWF’s with Trump. Not very entertaining, but I get my laughs where I can.

  13. deadrody on 21/21/16 at 4:12 pm

    “The only obsession visible on this site is JWF’s with Trump. Not very entertaining, but I get my laughs where I can.”

    I have to agree. These two excerpts are evidence of a “nervous breakdown” ?

    Get a grip.

    I mean, it’s certainly not possible that the media would exaggerate whatever Trump DID say. That’s much is for sure!

  14. Alec j on 21/21/16 at 4:27 pm

    Trump is seriously an empty wallet away from being a mental patient.

    He starts out saying one thing categorically, no doubt, in extreme terms….then three sentences later he is saying the exact opposite…..with total conviction…like he never made the initial statement.

    You think if Sarah Palin had endorsed Cruz, Trump would have been adult and classy about it. RIIIIIIIIGHT. Trump would have called her a dummy and a bimbo, and who knows what else. Because it doesnt matter what she stands for….it only matters to Trump who she stands for. He was nice because she was doing him a favor and he will turn on her in a NY minute if she steps out of line.

    Thats leadership, baby. Pfffffffffft.

    Trump becomes unhinged twice a day. Its only a matter of time until he says something seriously stupid….then he blames it on someone else. You know, like “2” Corinthians. That was someone elses fault, having nothing to do with his own weak sauce pandering, or lies about his “many bibles”. Trump is such a brilliant, wise guy, but yet he still takes terrible advice from people who he later claims are stupid, why?

    Thats leadership, baby. Um Um Um.

    I came into the GOP primary process with an open mind. I liked Trump at first, but once I really started paying attention and researching his statements and positions, Id have had to trash my values as a conservative, and decent human being, to back the man.

    One, final thought- Trump is divisive. He burns every bridge and assaults anyone who doesnt do exactly as he demands. How does that approach lead to anything other than a Trump dumpster fire during a long hard campaign under the national spotlight?

    PS Scott Brown for VP? That should disqualify Trump for being considered any sort of conservative, let alone, intelligent.

  15. Trump Super Fan on 21/21/16 at 6:36 pm

    All you Trump Haters can keep fantasizing that The Don is “unstable” and all that.
    But it’s just that: fantasy.

  16. traitor hater on 21/21/16 at 9:48 pm

    Cruz should make deal with Trump over citizen issue,if he wins court case,Trump quits,if trump wins,cruz quits.The donald likes to make deals, lets see if he got the guts to make THIS deal!.