Ted Cruz must be getting used to unfriendly territory.
After the Texas senator and Republican presidential hopeful took his case against illegal immigration to the Hispanic-oriented network Univision — and sparred with activist host Jorge Ramos — Cruz was at it again in a 16-minute-plus MSNBC interview with the ever-combative host Chris Matthews.
And Matthews never laid a glove on him.
In the “Hardball with Chris Matthews” interview, Matthews hit Cruz on a laundry list of subjects — Donald Trump, former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decisions on Obamacare and same-sex marriage, normalization of relations with Cuba — in the host’s usual contentious, staccato style.
Through it all, the senator remained cool and collected as he made his way through the confrontation in Cruz control.
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