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Former Cruz campaign spokesperson, Rick Tyler has revealed to a number of close confidants that Ted Cruz will actively campaign for and with Donald Trump once the general election season gets fully underway. Tyler also believes that Cruz has been promised a role in a new Trump administration.
Tyler was unceremoniously fired by Cruz after a fake story was spread by Tyler about Marco Rubio’s take on the Bible. Since then, Tyler has gone underground but has still remained close to the campaign. Several of Tyler’s associates have made it clear that most of the Cruz campaign team is ready to climb aboard the Trump train.
Toby Neugebauer, one of Cruz’s largest campaign donors has already switched his allegiance to Trump. And many campaign surrogates see this as a signal of things to come. Most former Cruz staffers are looking for work and a fair number of them line up with Trump’s views on trade, taxes and immigration.
No official word yet from the Cruz campaign on the transition. But look for the wheels to start turning sometime after the California primary.