The anti-Cruz billboard campaign has a new target in its sights: President Ted Cruz.
In an advertisement for his book, Ted Cruz has come out swinging against the New York Times.
The Republican front-runner is running a new book with two titles: The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump and The Dangerous Politics of Ted Cruz: A Case for a Second Term in the White House.
The ads are running on television stations in California and Nevada, the Associated Press reported.
“He is a dishonest liar, and his campaign has become a joke, as it should be,” Cruz wrote in his book.
The ads are part of a new campaign by Cruz to highlight the Republican presidential candidate’s anti-establishment platform and his support for President Donald Trump.
Cruz has said the Trump administration is hurting American workers, that he wants to cut Social Security and Medicare and he wants a “clean break” with NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The GOP candidate has also repeatedly attacked Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for using a private email server while serving as secretary of state.
Trump’s campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the ads.
A Cruz spokesman said the senator “has always been clear that his position on trade and foreign policy is not at odds with the policies of our Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, and he has not changed his position in the past.”
Cruz has consistently said he is not running for president because he does not believe in a two-party system and has repeatedly said he would support whoever is elected President,” spokesman Jesse Benton said.
The Cruz campaign is the latest in a string of efforts by the Republican front runner to try to turn out voters.
In February, Trump released a new television ad highlighting his opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal.
Cruz and Trump also took part in a debate in Arizona in January, which was moderated by Fox News anchor Greta Van Susteren.
The campaign also spent money in Arizona on radio and TV advertising, according to the AP.
On Tuesday, Cruz said he was running for reelection because of his support of the Republican nominee and because he was sick of hearing about Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server.”
In an interview with “Fox & Friends” on Thursday, Cruz was asked about his record on immigration. “
And I think it is going not to be Hillary Clinton.”
In an interview with “Fox & Friends” on Thursday, Cruz was asked about his record on immigration.
“I have been a strong advocate of comprehensive immigration reform.
We need to deal with our problems in the world,” Cruz responded.
Cruz also attacked Clinton for the “unlawful and illegal” drone strikes in Pakistan.
He also said the Obama administration has “stolen” American jobs and the “Obama administration has been a disastrous president.”