Ted Cruz will not be the President

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN - APRIL 27: Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) greets supporters at a campaign rally in the Pavilion at the Pan Am Plaza on April 27, 2016 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Cruz named former Hewlett-Packard chief executive Carly Fiorina as his pick for Vice President running mate during the rally. (Photo by Ty Wright/Getty Images)

Ted Cruz has quit the race to be the Republican nominee for the US Presidency after Donald Trump won Indiana. “We gave it everything we’ve got, but the voters chose another path,” Trump told supporters. In an emotional speech he added: “From the beginning I’ve said I will continue on as long as there is a viable path to victory – tonight I am sorry to say it appears that math has been foreclosed.”

The right-wing Senator Cruz stuck it out in the Presidential race to ‘block’ Mr Trump from getting the Republican nomination, even though it was already mathematically impossible for him to win outright himself.Senator Cruz has strongly backed new anti-LGBT ‘religious freedom’ laws allowing religious people to discriminate against married gay couples and trans people, and also claimed transgender people are a threat to his daughters.He doubled down on his anti-trans policies last month, by cracking jokes about Donald Trump after Mr Trump came out in favour of trans rights.His rhetoric parroted the most extreme anti-LGBT groups campaigning on the issue, with one ad depicting a man raping a little girl in a bathroom. Rape is illegal in all 50 states. It’s not just trans people Cruz opposed: he also pledged to void all same-sex marriagesand faces tough questions about his links with ‘death to gays’ pastors.

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