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Ted Cruz emerged onto the national political scene in 2012 when he defeated Texas Lt. Gov. Dewhurst and had the backing of most of the state's Republican establishment, including then-governor Rick Perry.
I can attest to that, because I personally witnessed it every step of the way.
"Where intelligence starts and stops is at the White House," Lt. General Michael Flynn gruffly exclaimed in response to a question posed by Megyn Kelly on The Kelly File. "The president sets the priorities, and he's the number-one customer. So if he's not getting the intelligence that he needs, and if he's not paying attention to what else is going on, then something else is wrong there between them and the advisers that he has."