Where’s your lawsuit? ‘Rat’ Stone DARES Cruz to sue ‘National Enquirer’

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On Easter Sunday, former Donald Trump advisor and self-described Republican hitman Roger Stone weighed in on the alleged extramarital affairs of Sen. Ted Cruz and wondered why “Lyin’ Ted’ isn’t suing the National Inquirer, the publication that broke the story.

From the beginning, the Texas Republican has argued that the story must have originated from the Trump campaign and that Stone was the “rat” responsible.

Although Stone admitted to having “a brand for rough and tumble politics,” he said that Cruz’s attempt to put the blame onto Trump is “deflection” on his part.

It came to light from several media sources that the story more than likely originated with Sen. Marco Rubio’s campaign.

Stone repeatedly challenged Cruz in the interview to sue the tabloid over the story.

“Again, why won’t he sue. It won’t cost him anything, he’s a lawyer himself,” Stone said on AM970 radio. “ To be absolutely clear, Ted Cruz won’t sue because the allegations are largely true. That’s why he won’t sue.”

Listen to the interview via AM970 radio.

H/T: The Gateway Pundit

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