It is unusual that Indiana would be a pivotal state in the GOP nomination process, but that is exactly what’s occurring in The Hoosier State.
After a campaign rally in Central Indiana on Saturday, Ted Cruz turned up the heat in his long-running challenge to Donald Trump for the only two contenders for the nomination to square-off man-to-man in a one-on-one debate, something thus far the bloviating billionaire, who claims to have won every debate based upon non-scientific online polls, has refused to do.
In essence, Cruz challenged the bloviating billionaire’s manhood, including his “tough guy” persona, saying that if his hands are really as big as he claims they are then he should man-up and debate him.
“Indiana is voting in a week and a half. I think the people deserve a debate between me and Donald Trump — here in Indiana,” Cruz told the media surrounded by local Indiana supporters.
“You know, Donald is very fond of telling everyone what a tough guy he is. He’s very fond of telling everyone how big his hands are. Well, he can come demonstrate that by not hiding in Trump Tower in New York City.”
In March, the reality TV star said that he “would love to take on Ted one-on-one,” however that doesn’t seem to be the case.