Ted Cruz Says Goodbye to his Campaign in Nostalgic 5-minute Video

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In a five-minute long YouTube video called “No Regrets,” Ted Cruz seems to be declaring that he will be back sooner than expected. The video is a goodbye from Cruz’s campaign staff and features smiling (and crying) people, Mr Cruz himself, and campaign manager Jeff Roe. And a very filmic, melodramatic soundtrack.

Jeff Roe talks about having no regrets, even if you lose, and calls his experience a “nearly regret-free campaign.” He says that Cruz didn’t lose…only the campaign for presidency did. Ted Cruz officially dropped out of the race on May 3, but will now spend his days preparing for the 2018 Texas Senate election, which he filed to run in on May 11.

Cruz praises his campaign team and with tears in his eyes calls it the best in the world, saying, “…At the end of the day, you will look in the mirror and be proud of having been a part of this team.”

The video ends very ominously (or perhaps hopefully for some), with the message “To be continued.”

Emma Von Zeipel
Emma Von Zeipel is a staff writer at Law Street Media. She is originally from one of the islands of Stockholm, Sweden. After working for Democratic Voice of Burma in Thailand, she ended up in New York City. She has a BA in journalism from Stockholm University and is passionate about human rights, good books, horses, and European chocolate. Contact Emma at EVonZeipel@LawStreetMedia.com.



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