Deep in the heart of Texas, a billboard truck will soon hit the road with a curated list of President Trump's tweets — attacks on Sen. Ted Cruz, a former political foe.
Trump popularized the term “Lyin' Ted” in 2016.
But it's 2018 now, and Democratic voter mobilization and an unlikely challenger have mounted an improbable campaign for a reliably Republican seat.
Trump said an October rally is in the works to lend Cruz support. “I'm picking the biggest stadium in Texas we can find,” Trump said Friday on Twitter.
"Help from the president was long unthinkable in a race that for months looked like a Cruz cakewalk,” the Associated Press reported.
Antonio Arellano, a Houston-based activist and Latino community organizer, thought fellow Texans may need a reminder of how Trump has suggested they vote when Cruz is on the ballot.
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