I heard him say it on the telly.
He says Cruz is a liar. Cruz says the same of him, Trump.
Trump says that if Cruz doesn’t apologize for calling Trump a liar, he, Trump will sue him, Cruz.
All of that is well and good, I suppose, as election campaign rhetoric, except Trump seems to mean it, sayig that he will sue over the citizenship of Cruz. Take him to court because he, Trump, doesn’t believe Cruz can even run for President, let alone serve as President.
I have an understanding of Mr. Trump’s statements. I, Mr. Trump, will trade you an apology for a law suit. You apologize and I’ll with draw my threat of a law suit. You say I, Mr. Trump, am not a liar in your view and we’ll get on down the road without a lawsuit over your (Mr. Cruz’s) citizenship.
Now. I have a question for Mr. Trump: Sir. If you have a conviction of malpractice (as do many over Clinton and dra-mama) and you see a violation of that conviction will you trade that conviction for an apology, allowing the conviction, which is a violation of the laws and well regulated Union of these United States, stand?
Without challenge in court but to be settled by the blackmail of a threat of lawsuit?
How then, Sir, can we the voter, depend on your convictions if granted the Whitehouse?
From the reaches,