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That Was Quick: Ted Cruz Site Says Hillary Clinton Will Be The Next U.S. President

You know what they say: The enemy of my enemy is the only person left who can save us all

Fewer than 24 hours have passed since Ted Cruz announced the end of his very awkward, very uncomfortable presidential campaign. This is what TedCruz.com (not his official campaign site) looks like now:


Of course, the official address for the Texas senator is TedCruz.org, but now that he’s bowed out of the race TedCruz.com feels a lot more relevant! Remember when Spike had no choice but to join forces with Buffy because a soulless Angel was becoming too evil? Real Ted Cruz endorsing HRC would be kind of like that.

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