Donald Trump And Ted Cruz Hold Private Meeting

The New York Times reports:

Donald J. Trump sought to mend fissures within the Republican Party on Thursday, holding his first face-to-face meeting with Senator Ted Cruz since their contentious battle for the presidential nomination came to an ugly end filled with name calling and personal attacks.

Mr. Trump huddled with Mr. Cruz and Reince Priebus around noon, according to two people familiar with the matter, after a rash of meetings with House and Senate members that were organized to quell lingering concerns within the party about its presumptive nominee.

The meetings came as Mr. Trump continues to raise anxiety among Republicans about his temperament less than two weeks before the party holds its national convention in Cleveland. As with the convention, some leading Republicans including Senator Marco Rubio, a former primary opponent, decided to pass on the meeting.

More from Politico:

It is not yet known whether the Texas senator will speak at the convention, or even if he will attend. During the final weeks of the primary contest, Trump and Cruz clashed repeatedly — with Trump at one point suggesting that Cruz’s father was involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

The meeting was held at the National Republican Senatorial Committee building on Capitol Hill. Earlier in the day, Trump met with a room full of senators in the building to discuss the campaign. Many party strategists have expressed concern about how Trump’s behavior on the trail will impact their ability to retain control of the chamber this fall.

All parties including the RNC have refused to comment on the meeting.

  • TampaZeke

    The assholier than thou option?

    • vorpal

      I figured they finally managed to procure an electron microscope and were going to whip them out to settle for good the question as to who has the longer penis.

      • Christopher

        It’s adorable that you think either one of them even have penises!

  • Octavio

    Interesting. They all met to feel each other’s junk and have a circle jerk. I wonder who came first.

    • Gustav2

      Trump, then immediately left.

      • Blake Mason

        5 seconds into it

        • Octavio

          And Reince was left alone in the room to finish off.

    • Joe knows who I am.

      Ted: I have a penis.

      Donald: It’s a great penis, a yuuuge penis.

  • Gustav2

    Mr. Trump huddled with Mr. Cruz and Reince Priebus…

    Brain Bleach!

    • Rolf

      Actually if you read this with a dirty mind, it’s kind of hilarious.
      – sought to mend (anal) fissures
      – his first face to face (I read ass)
      – came to an ugly end (Trump’s posterior)
      -after a rash

      • David Walker

        A dirty mind IS a terrible thing to waste.


        That’s quite an active imagination you got there.

      • clay

        and here I was merely hoping that it would come “to an ugly end filled with name calling and personal attacks.”

      • perversatile

        Trumpelstiltskin and friend

      • Uncle Mark

        I’m so glad I’m not the only one who looked at this article that way. It’s always good to know you’re not the only twisted one. By the way, doesn’t it seem whenever Reince Pubic speaks on camera, he comes off as a bitter, drunken queen?

    • Yixing’s Fluffer

      I should have scrolled down before commenting – same reaction!

    • Rex

      He’s going to ask Cruz if there’s anything in Two Corinthians about boinking your daughter.

    • Gerry Fisher

      Group hug!

    • Cattleya1

      Daisy chain…

  • Altho’ we all hate him with a passion, talking Cruz into a VP spot would be a coup for Trump (but it wouldn’t help him win the White House). Cruz has always reminded me of “Snidely Whiplash”…

  • Rex

    That’s a whole lotta ugly in one room.

    • perversatile

      I’m surprised all the clocks didn’t stop-

  • Todd20036

    No idea what this means. Maybe Trump want so make sure Cruz won’t try to screw up Trump’s nomination

  • AtticusP

    Trump – Cruz.

    Book your vacation now.

    See the beautiful Bermuda Triangle.

  • Thorn Spike

    Circle of jerks.

  • geoffalnutt

    What fun!! Now they (Prepuce and Crud) can be reminded just what an egomaniac and asshole “Trumpelthinskin” is all over again! Unmanageable! Sad!

  • canoebum

    If you’re old enough to remember Nixon/Agnew, as revulsive as they were, this would be worse, much, much worse.

    • sherman

      Ah, the good old days, when Republicon criminals actually suffered consequences.

      • BobSF_94117

        All Nixon suffered was a pardon.

        • Todd20036

          True. Ford let him off too easy, but he did have to resign

    • charliebkk

      Vile as he was, Nixon was at least sane enough that he could sit down with people like Tip O’Neill over a glass of whiskey and hammer out a deal. These bastards today are utter lunatics.

      • clay

        Endangered Species Act,
        Clean Drinking Water Act,

        but then there’s all that other shit.

      • canoebum

        You’ve got that right. As I said…worse, much worse.

    • Todd20036

      Not old enough, but even Nixon wasn’t fascist. Maybe he would have been if he were alive today, but back in the 1960s, it was too close to WWII for voters to tolerate that.

  • Kevin Perez

    I hope that Republican Party Unity is achieved here. Then we can hang all of Trump’s subsequent racist statements on the entire Republican establishment and they will have no credible out; no way to way to say, “Uh, I don’t endorse him for realz”.
    Every election from now on, we can credibly say, “Party of Trump”.

    • Romero

      This should have been the GOP logo for the last 8-10 years.

      • The thing is — so many Trump voters are so uniformed they think this emblem is something that is on latest model of the latest model of a Chrysler 300. Seriously. Most of them cannot identify who the USA was at war with in WW2. DUH RUSSIA?????

  • Butch

    Doesn’t that much ego in one room reach critical mass and blow?

  • Adam King

    I pity the janitor who has to clean all the slime out of that room when the meeting’s over.

    • Reality.Bites

      I just assumed the entire room is lined with a gigantic drawstring garbage bag.

      • ohbear1957

        As soon as the meeting is over, they seal and slide it into a barrel.

    • ohbear1957

      Hazmat crew.

    • Christopher

      I imagine the smell to be even worse!

      Call the experts!

  • Sonus Silentium

    There has never been an American politician in all of my nearly six decades on earth who has made my skin crawl more than Ted Cruz. I want to take a shower every time I see his smarmy face and hear his unctuous voice on TV.

    • Bernie Keefe

      I can’t stand that smirk.

      • Todd20036

        Trump and Cruz have that same smarmy smirk. I’ve seen it on Paul Ryan, and Pharma Douche.
        It’s a smirk that say, “I’m so rich and entitled I can do whatever I want withtout consequences and everyone as wealthy as I am will STILL love me.”

    • boatboy_srq

      Every recent GOTea pop I’ve encountered leaves me feeling similarly unclean. Cruz is just more obviously so.

    • abel

      Ted Cruz is the most dangerous man in the country, I do believe. He is a sociopath. Allied with Trump, he would guarantee the religious right vote (which is wavering because Trump isn’t too convincing as a man of faith). It is a potent and dangerous combination, because the two of them could well be elected, no matter what the current polls are saying. These men are smart, dirty fighters and must be regarded as real threats.

      • John Masters

        The 7 Mountains Dominionism he and his father adhere to is some of the scariest shit you’ll ever read. I did some research, and below are some excerpts from the writings of the leaders of the sect (and many of these are not obscure people, but well known leaders in the evangelical/fundamentalist movement.

        “We want to see whole cities and regions and states and nations transformed to support the values of the kingdom of God. Our theological bedrock is what has been known as Dominion Theology. This means that our divine mandate is to do whatever is necessary, by the power of the Holy Spirit, to retake the dominion of God’s creation… It is nothing less than seeing God’s kingdom coming and His will being done here on earth as it is in heaven. This includes the need to … as well as to embrace spiritual warfare techniques that neutralize the control of our adversary within the functional and territorial spheres of authority… The Kingdom of God can be superimposed on people through influence, but only God Himself can be “theo.”

        “At first it may seem like totalitarianism, as the Lord will destroy the antichrist spirit now dominating the world with “the sword of His mouth” and will shatter many nations like pottery. The kingdom will start out necessarily authoritative in many ways, or in many areas…”

        These people believe they are to take over the government, rule the world and bring about the second coming of Christ. This guy having his finger anywhere near the nuclear button is like something out of a Hollywood horror movie. Here’s the entire post I wrote about what I found in reading their stuff.

        • abel

          What a terrific, informative post. Truly scary. Now, I don’t think Cruz believes this shit any more than I do, and once Pappy kicks it, Cruz will quit hiding his horns. Cruz believes in the Great God Cruz, just as Trump believes in The One and Only Donald.

          • John Masters

            Thank you. However, I disagree a little. I agree Cruz is full of himself, but I really do believe it comes from being indoctrinated by his father to believe he is a Prince of God, ordained for this greatness. So I think he’s a true believer, and that belief is what drives the arrogance. (As the old saying goes, “It’s good to be king.” And I’d add, almost as good to be a Prince.) Combine it all with a significant place on the sociopath spectrum, and if you’ve got a pretty scary dude.

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    • AW
    • B Snow

      In case you’re curious how he got elected in the first place, check out this segment from Rachel Maddow. Horrifying to think how close he’s gotten to the White House.

    • William

      GWB runs a close second.

      • Sonus Silentium

        Sarah Palin is #2 in my book.

        • Paula

          She probably smells like it too.

    • Chris Baker

      I have a feeling he will soon endorse Trump. In spite of all that Trump said, Cruz still yearns for power and relevance.

    • Egad, man. No no no please not Cruz. If I ever again hear Cruz using Leviticus against us _while_ he’s barbecueing pork ribs, I might _never_ stop screaming. Srsly.
      (If he still wears that “Pork: Be Inspired” apron, mein gott in himmel, don’t tell me.)

  • another_steve

    O/T: The current draft 2016 Democratic Party Platform.

    I was unable to successfully do a copy-and-paste of the relevant text (maybe someone more computer savvy than I can do it here), but scroll down to page 13 of the document to see the section labelled “LGBT Rights.”

  • David

    It’s always been my theory that Calgery Cruz was actually running for VP, and not Prez.

  • Bernie Keefe

    VP vetting? Perish the thought!

    • Its possible but Ted does not want to screw up his chances for 2020. He could lose Texas!

  • Secure

    Via Twitter:
    Hallie Jackson ✔@HallieJackson

    Caught Cruz in his motorcade leaving NRSC meeting with Trump. He didn’t roll down window when I asked how it went.

  • Yixing’s Fluffer

    “Mr. Trump huddled with Mr. Cruz and Reince Priebus”

    Get the brain bleach!

    • Mike C

      Reince it away.

  • Sporkfighter

    “The meeting was held at the National Republican Senatorial Committee building on Capitol Hill.”

    I would have expected them to me in, say, the Tustin Blimp Hanger. I don’t see them and their egos fitting in to a standard conference room.

  • delk

    Cruz pulled his pants down to Trump and showed him his lack of balls.

    • stuckinthewoods

      I assumed Trump and Cruz both had to pull their pants down when it said they were having a face-to-face.

  • ceeenbee

    Let the ass kissing begin.

    • I’m ready to kiss your ass Donald! I’m wearing your favourite colour Jungle Red!

      • Todd20036

        In that getup he looks a little like Bill Murray

    • james_from_cambridge

      I’m pretty sure Trump wants a woman VP so he won’t promise him that. But I’m sure he’s promising a cabinet position, attorney general or all the puppies and babies Ted can eat for the next four years.

      • Adam King

        I hear Gretchen Carlson’s available.

        • james_from_cambridge

          Ha! She dared sue the Darth Vader of the conservative movement. The woman will never be heard from again.

      • Who? Joni cut the hog balls of Ernst? She pulled out of contention and is too inexperienced. Mary Fallin? Who cares about Oklahoma and her name sounds too much like Sarah Palin. Sarah Palin? As wonderful as that choice would be, he is not that stupid. Arizona Governor Jan Brewer? Too nasty. Tennessee Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn? maybe, but he needs a Senator or Governor for Gravitas. I don’t see anyone he could pick — Susan Martinez is not even going to the convention. BTW James I left you a nice message yesterday — check the most recent comments in this post, my second most recent comment i left 🙂

        • james_from_cambridge
        • james_from_cambridge

          If not Ivanka, it will be Sarah Palin. It’ll solidify his crazy base.

        • popebuck1

          Ernst already turned him down. She’s just at the beginning of her career – and somehow despite all appearances, apparently she’s not THAT crazy.

          • james_from_cambridge

            Please explain to me how Iowa, which voted for Obama twice in a landslide, voted for Palin Part II: Electric Boogaloo?

          • popebuck1

            Iowa is majority blue, but the Republicans they do have are REALLY far right. Lots of hardcore evangelicals and Tea Partiers. Which is why the Republican Iowa caucuses always tend to be a celebration of the batshit insane.

      • Todd20036

        He might, but his pickings are rather slim. Bachmann?

        • Uncle Mark

          Do we get to watch Michele’s husband sashay along on the campaign trail? I could only imagine the reaction to that from hypercritical, uncensored Trump.

    • Jay George

      Don’t make me watch!

      • clay

        Ted looks more like one of his sons than his sons do, and they are one (rather than two and three) generations apart in age.

  • james_from_cambridge

    …and halfway through the meeting, Ted Cruz unhinged his jaw and tried to eat Donald Trump. “Now the nomination will be mine!” he shouted in a deafening, otherworldy screech. But then, the secret service men all took out their guns simultaneously and shot Cruz and as the bullets rippled through “Ted’s” body and it dropped to the ground in a spray of green blood, Trump turned to his left only to see his bestest son, the son that was so bestest that he was named Donald Trump Jr., lying in a pool of his blood next to the rapidly disintegrating body of “Ted Cruz”. “Noooooooooo….!” he screamed as…

    • Rex

      If only.

    • boatboy_srq

      Fiction. They needed irradiated silver bullets with garlic-infused powder for that to work.

      • coram nobis

        No, they needed a wooden stake. Silver bullets are for werewolves.

        • boatboy_srq

          Wooden stakes don’t fit in a Siig magazine.

          • coram nobis

            Depleted polonium rounds, then.

          • boatboy_srq

            NOW you’re talking.

    • Todd20036

      That one gif of Cruz and his daughter describes all we need to know of the man

    • Gerry Fisher

      That was kinda awesome!

    • Uncle Mark

      Trumps have blood? I thought they were made up entirely of bile and angry carrot juice.

  • Lumpy Gaga

    Ted wore his Ivanka wig.

  • billbear1961

    GANGSTERS plotting the overthrow of American democracy!!

    This is no longer hyperbole, not in the SLIGHTEST!!

    And they have the help of the mainstream media, which care ONLY about their ratings and ad revenues!

    I could not be more frightened, disgusted or FURIOUS!

    I will NOT accept a government in FASCIST hands, not in ANY circumstances; for nothing can justify or legitimize FASCISM, now or EVER!!

    The moment any GANGSTERS raise their hands to the Constitution, to in effect GUT it and strip MILLIONS of their RIGHT to equal treatment under the law in what is SUPPOSED to be a GENUINE democracy is the moment their “authority” is FORFEIT!!

    They think they are ABOVE the LAW, the hateful, leering, scheming, revolting FRAUDS!

    Listen to their DIATRIBES when the courts DEFEND our RIGHTS as CITIZENS if you doubt me!!

    No DECENT human being and TRUE citizen of a DEMOCRACY will COUNTENANCE for SECOND what they have in mind for this republic!!

    Do you HEAR me, complicit media WHORES, you filthy suck-up SELLOUTS?!

    • barrixines

      Lovely – now could you do one about Andrea Leadsom homophobic Christer RWNJ who now looks set to become the next British Prime Minister?

      • TuuxKabin

        I’ve just given up all hope, abandoned it, threw it off the train and put it in the composter. What horrors next? Can’t bear to go to BBC to check that out until after a couple gin n’ tonics.

        • Adam King

          Why water it down with tonic? Mix some martinis instead, with some nice nutritious olives.

          • TuuxKabin

            I like tonic, don’t like vermouth, so some nice nutritious olives are in a bowl as a side car.

          • Adam King

            Well you should be fine then. Drink up!

          • TuuxKabin

            Oh, yes, I’ll be hokey dorey. Hope your doing the same. Gawd. What a buncha shitty news today. President Obama’s address was helpful. Strongest leader I’ve seen in all my 70 years.

          • Adam King

            If only we could freeze time and keep him in office another few years….

          • TuuxKabin

            If only . . . damn, I returned to Joe’s postings from the ‘notification page’ and it only gets worse. I’m glad a neighbor’s having us over for drinks, I’ll need reinforcements and diversion.

        • vorpal

          Can’t bear

          Pun not intended, I am sure :D.

          • TuuxKabin

            barrixines’ comment rattled me so I lost some of my reason. Ay, mama.

      • billbear1961



      • boatboy_srq

        I thought May was leading that vote… not that she’s significantly better. One more reason to vote Labour (minus Corbyn, perhaps) next time around.

        • barrixines

          Now it’s a May-Leadsom face off. Leadsom is a Brexiter, foxhunter with dodgy racist bullyboy connections, links to a pray away the gay charity – she’s the Tory heartland’s wet dream candidate.

  • WeRTheSquirrels

    So Trump as President, Cruz as VP, and Priebus as fluffer?

  • Duane Dimitrov

    It would be a dream ticket for the GOP base.

    Fusing the white nationalism of Trump with the theocratic, well, white nationalism of Cruz.

    Today’s GOP is a case study of how the politics that unite a party–read: racism–can turn off an entire nation.

    Could you find two more detestable, horrid human beings out there?

    • Joe knows who I am.

      Please don’t throw out that gauntlet. -_-

      • Duane Dimitrov

        Are you kidding?

        I DREAM of a Trump/Cruz ticket. Guaranteed landslide.

        • Joe knows who I am.

          Sadly, I was speaking of this sentence, “Could you find two more detestable, horrid human beings out there?”

          You know that we will try.

          • Duane Dimitrov


            But still…Trump/Cruz is electoral fucking poison! Which is, so very interestingly, the SAME REASON they are cat nip to conservatives.

            The GOP is such a weird-plutocratic-scam-wrapped-in-a-quasi-religious-movement enigma of a party.

            Or at this point I should say “party,” as it’s been exposed for the scammy scam it is.

      • Uncle Mark

        Could the most detestable duo include Trump and his clone? Nah…they would spend too much time trying to determine who’s in charge, and trying to out brag & out insult each other. I doubt the Trump/Cruz duo would last for long; I can easily see slimy Cruz trying to seize the opportunity to stab Trump in the back when the time is right.


    Cruz offered to accept the VP slot on one condition. Trump would hold his Presidential Inauguration in Dallas. ;

  • bob

    That’s SCARY ! Cruz would be president when trump walks away . Can’t let that happen !

  • Lazycrockett

    Any way you slice it Newt, Cruz or Christie the GOP selection is just plain out ugly.

    • boatboy_srq

      I could handle some sliced newt… Wait, what? Oh.

  • Michael Rush

    This makes my skin crawl , which means it is probably going to happen .


    Cruz doesn’t want VP and Trump is not suicidal enough to have Ted a heartbeat away from The Presidency.

  • Todd

    ‘ Lyin’ Ted, I have the National Enquirer on speed dial ….. endorse me and speak at the GOP convention or I’ll let the shit fly and you can deal with Heidi and the rest of the collateral damage. ‘

  • billbear1961

    Well, I saw THIS this morning:

    Cruz Working Hard on His 2020 Race

    Back in the old days, presidential campaigns lasted only 4 years. Now that barrier has been shattered. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is already hard at work on his 2020 campaign, 4½ years before the 2020 general election. He is busy integrating his policy, political, and financial teams so he can make a smooth start campaigning on Nov. 9, no matter who wins this year, since Cruz opposes both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump equally.

    The core of his operation will be two nonprofits, one a 501(c)3 and one a 501(c)4, which have different rules about donations and disclosures. He is also hiring staff to run them. Cruz’s national political director, Mark Campbell will be executive director of both. Cruz’s chief of staff, Paul Teller, will become the senior adviser to both groups. These moves indicate that there is no doubt Cruz is already running for the 2020 nomination.

    • Gustav2

      So he is firing David Barton?

    • Circ09

      I hope the odious freak is the next GOP nominee. Assuming there is still a GOP after running Trump.

  • Ernest Endevor

    Senator Cruz’s insights would indeed bring a more thoughtful tenor to Mr Trump’s outstanding campaign.

    • coram nobis

      Indeed. It’ll be the best operatic duet since “The Abduction of Figaro.” A countertenor always adds to the production, doesn’t he?

  • BobSF_94117

    Trump and Cruz clashed repeatedly — with Trump at one point suggesting
    that Cruz’s father was involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

    Something that’s perhaps seen as a positive at the GOP convention…

  • Mike C

    If Trump had said and implied things about me the way he did with Ted Cruz I would never be the same room with him. But I’m not a weirdo power hungry Punch Doll with an integrity problem.

  • Rebecca Gardner

    Trump/Cruz 2016 – Make America 1850 Again!

  • 1Truth1

    Every single one of these guys puts power and money before morals and integrity. Any republican who would associate with trump after the way he has treated his own party members is a real sleaze.

  • AtticusP

    Some of Trump’s supporters should be pleased.

    Remember this guy?

    “Lyin’ Ted! LYIN’ TED!!!”

  • AW

    my junk just recoiled up into my body reading that headline (and seeing those pictures).

  • TheManicMechanic

    “Yew wawnt our vowtes, yew gotta sayee Ja-HEEE-Zuss some mowre!”

  • bkmn

    Ted Cruz is a fissure.

  • Karl Dubhe

    The end times are indeed upon us.

    Party, like it’s 1999! 🙂

  • ClarkJoe
  • MikeBx2
    • Gustav2

      Washington Post: ‘Trump’s most tense exchange was with Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), who has been highly critical of the business mogul’s candidacy… Trump said at the meeting that he has yet to attack Flake hard, but threatened to begin doing so.”

      “Flake stood up to Trump by urging him to stop attacking Mexicans. Trump predicted that Flake would lose his reelection, at which point Flake informed Trump that he was not on the ballot this year.”

      Trump also called out Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL) “as a loser” and singled out Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE), “who has refused to support Trump and has emerged as perhaps the most vocal advocate for a third-party candidate.”

      Republican Unity Ticket!

      • MikeBx2

        Gets better and better, or worse and worse, depending on ones perspective. 🙂

      • KnownDonorDad

        Stuck in a RUT.

  • coram nobis

    Did they remove all the breakables from the conference room?

    • 2guysnamedjoe

      I hope not.

      • clay

        I’m hoping for a duel by cricket bat.

  • Ninja0980

    Two assholes enter a room, only one will leave!
    My money’s on Trump.

    • TampaDink

      I can see him leaving….in a huff, after being asked for an apology.

    • Tempus Fuggit

      Three. Reince Priebus was there, too.

  • Mark Neé Fuzz

    We already know Ted Cruz is despicable and evil. Will he sell whatever is left of his soul to Donald Trump?

    • Todd20036

      As if Trump need ANYTHING from Cruz.

      • 2guysnamedjoe

        Well, Drumpf’s binder full of possible running mates is getting thinner and thinner, so there’s one thing he might want from Cruz.

  • coram nobis

    We should get an idea how the meeting went, once we get preliminary readings from the Georgetown University seismograph.

  • andrew

    I cannot imagine mending fences with a man who insinuated that my father was involved in the assassination of President Kennedy. What I can imagine is, once the two of us were alone together, no witnesses, giving him the biggest fat lip that demagogue has ever had.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    Oh please, Oh please, Oh please………

  • Paul_in_Dallas

    “fissures” “ugly end” “rash”
    The jokes just write themselves.

  • Secure

    At today’s meeting, I wonder if Trump asked Ted if Oswald acted alone or if Ted’s father helped out.

  • leo77

    Apparently they have something in common. No one in Washington can stand either one of them.

  • bambinoitaliano

    And you think the GOP is done creating the worst Frankenstein, wait till this latest experiment is done.

  • coram nobis

    Preliminary transcript from the meeting.
    – – –
    DONALD: Well, if it ain’t Carnival Cruz and Rinso White. How do you like this place? I’m gonna call it the Trump National Committee Casino after the election.
    TED: You got a lotta goddamn nerve.
    DONALD: Of course, that’s how I got here. Why are you two here?
    REINCE: If you read today’s Washington Post –
    TED: Of course not.
    REINCE: — you would have read that we’re here to mend fissures in the Party.
    DONALD: Anal fissures? Plenty of them in this building, sure enough.
    TED: Up yours, you orange-faced orangutan.
    DONALD: That’s no way to talk if you wanna be Veep.
    TED: I wouldn’t, unless I can talk to your cardiologist first.
    DONALD: It’d be the only way you’d get to be Prez, if I drop dead. You’d never get elected otherwise, you loser. Wanna be Veep? My heart is fine and tell your dad I won’t be driving by any grassy knolls.
    REINCE: Ted, put down that chair.
    [recording ends]

    • Xuuths

      That was VERY funny!

  • Paula

    I don’t know why hearing about this meeting made me think of this. I gotta’ take up consuming EtOH.

  • KnownDonorDad

    I really want to avoid this:

  • anne marie in philly

    2 pussies had a meetup; wonder who sucked who off?

  • billylost

    These two odious pricks deserve each other. What a pair of shitheads.

  • Robert Adams

    “Donald Trump And Ted Cruz Hold Private Meeting”

    Not surprising considering how concerned the GOP is with all our privates.

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  • Luke Owens

    Donald Trump And Ted Cruz Hold Private Meeting…and fought to be bottom…