Ted Cruz (A, 97%) since he announced his decision to support Donald Trump for president last Friday. Tonight on his radio show, CR Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin shot back in defense of Cruz.
“Now, the decision to vote for Trump is not a decision to embrace him, it’s to stop her (Hillary Clinton),” argued Levin.
“I guess Alexander Hamilton, when he eventually threw in with Jefferson to defeat Aaron Burr, was unprincipled,” Levin said sarcastically. “Hamilton hated Jefferson … but he thought he’d be better for the country.”
Listen to Levin make the case below (1:13 into the audio):
Levin also hilariously mocked the new “nationalist-populists” in the clip above, before coming to Cruz’s defense.
Levin, while announcing his own decision to vote for Trump, noted that conservatives are in a tough position this election. His vote for Trump will be anything but enthusiastic, but he cannot fathom Hillary Clinton in the Oval Office.
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