BETO AND CRUZ WILL HAVE THEIR TIME ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAILER THIS WEEK.
The first two weeks of the 2016 election are a bit of a roller coaster, with each candidate running up against the other.
The two presidential candidates have different views on the issues, but both are willing to work together to address their differences.
The candidates, however, don’t have to agree on anything.
This means they will have their time and energy spent campaigning together.
It’s what they do best.
Here’s a look at the top moments from the first two days of the campaign.1.
On Oct. 3, Cruz was asked about his wife’s campaign and how they’ve been working together.
“I think the two of them are really good friends, but I think I have the right idea, and I think she has the right approach,” Cruz told ABC News.
“I think she understands the process, and she understands how to work it and how to get results.
And I think it’s a matter of when you come into office, I think the question is how do you get the results and how do the people get the votes and how you build up a base and how many supporters do you have?”
Cruz said he believes that Trump’s team has been “doing a very good job of trying to get to know each other, because they both have a very clear idea of how to approach things, and they’re both very good at communicating.
That’s really what the difference is between them.”2.
Cruz was also asked about the fact that he’s not married, but he said he’s “not wedded to a single issue” like abortion.
“It’s not a marriage issue, but we do have to be careful about how we talk about it,” Cruz said.
“There are certain topics that are too controversial, so I think that I need to make sure that we have a different perspective on it.
So I think you’re right.
I’m not married to a specific issue.
I am a conservative and I’m pro-life.”3.
Cruz also was asked why he thinks Trump is the front-runner.
“Well, he is the only candidate in the race who has said he wants to put a moratorium on Muslim immigration, and so I have to say, I’m really puzzled,” Cruz replied.
“This is a question that has been asked before.
And when we look at all the issues and all the candidates and all of the polling, I don’t think that there’s a single candidate who is more likely to win a general election than Trump.
I think he’s more likely than any other Republican to lose a general elections, and that’s not just a matter for the Democrats.”4.
Cruz said that he doesn’t know Trump well enough to say if the two are friends, as he has been friends with Trump’s former chief strategist.
“But I’m going to tell you this, I have had great respect for him,” Cruz added.
“He’s a very decent guy, and he’s an extraordinary human being.
He’s a tremendous leader, and to me, I’ve had great appreciation for that.”5.
Cruz spoke about his family.
“The idea that you can have a family is so central to who we are,” Cruz remarked.
“It’s an incredible privilege to have a loving family that has raised me and who has cared for me and taught me about the value of hard work, and it’s also an enormous privilege to be able to raise my family here in Texas.”6.
Cruz talked about the challenges facing the Republican Party.
“What you see is a party that is going through a very tough time right now,” Cruz concluded.
“But it’s not going to change.
It won’t change until the Republican party takes on the establishment and the establishment takes on Donald Trump.
And that’s the only way you’re going to win.”7.
On Tuesday, Cruz and Cruz’s wife, Heidi, were both in New Hampshire, where they attended the Republican debate and held a town hall with voters.
Heidi Cruz was the first woman to be the first first woman president of the United States and the first sitting first lady to lead the Republican ticket.
She spoke about her role in Cruz’s bid and the importance of having women in the party.
She said: “There’s a lot of people who have been supporting me for a long time.
I’ve never really felt more connected to them than right now.
I was honored and humbled to have this opportunity to be their first lady.
It means so much to me.
And it means so little to Donald Trump.”8.
On Monday, Cruz’s team announced the launch of their own ad campaign, called “Vote Cruz.”
The spot focuses on Cruz’s record on women’s rights, education and veterans’ issues