Donald Trump Calls Ted Cruz an ‘Anchor Baby’

by JEFF NAFTVERONICA STRACQUALURSI  |  published on January 30, 2016

Three days ahead of the Iowa caucuses,Donald Trump, the front-runner for the GOP nomination, today attacked Sen. Ted Cruz again for being born in Canada.

“Now, Ted Cruz may not be a U.S. citizen. Right? But he’s an anchor baby in Canada. No, he’s an anchor baby. Ted Cruz is an anchor baby in Canada,” Trump said today at his event in Nashua, New Hampshire.

He also said the Texas senator got “pummeled last night” at the GOP presidential debate.

“They didn’t even mention he was born in Canada,” Trump lamented.

Trump also said he would’ve “in theory” rather have been at the Republican debate last night.

  • bobnstuff

    The Great and Powerful Trump. May all kings bow down to him and all nations serve him. A god in his own mind.

    • harrydweeks

      Oh you mean just like Oflubadub who was going to stop the rising sea”s

      • bobnstuff

        Trump is in a class by himself. And a debate by himself but that isn’t a problem for him since he has taken every side of any issue at one time or another.

  • Tweety

    He’s a big baby, he gets ticked off if he doesn’t like the question someone asks him and just like ovomit, thinks everone is being mean to him so he picks up his marbles and doesn’t wanna play anymore. Also like ovomit he’s a narcissistic, petulant child. Do we really want another one of those in the White House…AGAIN?!?! He’s exactly like ovomit…just has more money!

  • Dave N.

    Getting tired of the Trump nastiness, a little tact and diplomacy would be nice for a change. Some actual substance would help too. It was fun and entertaining for a while, now it’s getting really old.

    • harrydweeks

      Hey I felt the same way a few days ago. However, try to understand you are seeing a NY hard#ss with no speech writer or teleprompter who fights to win. Look at some of the tactics against Faux. Isn’t this what the country really needs ? A fighter for America.

      • Dave N.

        To a point I would agree, but only to a point. The constitution is the main driving document in our existence as a country and needs to be followed and defended, that being said an individual running for the top spot would need to understand it. Currently Trump has given no indication he understands it at all and on a number of occasions has pitched ideas and responses that are completely unconstitutional by any measure. So that’s my concern with Trump, he talks a lot of trash and feeds us things we want to hear, but much of what he is saying cannot be accomplished unless the constitution was eliminated. And that would be a complete disaster for all of us individually, the United States, and for that matter the world in many respects. Freedom and liberty is something I’m not willing to give up, its not free either and takes a great deal of personal responsibility to maintain.

        • harrydweeks

          Couldn’t agree with you more . However, the first and foremost important quality for a President is , love of country . Sure he’s saying some bombastic things to make his point. But thank God for the Constitution as he will, unlike this administration, have the ability to negotiate with both sides and most likely get the country moving forward again. I’m sure he will use executive orders to quickly reverse some of this administrations orders. Remember he loves to make deals and very honestly that’s exactly what the Founders want. No one party should be allowed to dictate . The Constitution is what helps to insure our freedom and liberty and I just don’t see Trump ever trying to destroy it.

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