They have one more thing in common, they were both born in foreign countries (Cruz was born in Canada and Obama was born in Kenya), and thus unqualified for the presidency of the greatest democracy in the world. And on the other side, you've got somebody like a, you know, a Ted Cruz who, okay, he's not leading Hillary Clinton, but he's within striking distance.
During the execution and in the moments before, Reeves held hands in the witness room with Donna Witmer, the mother of Stephanie Collins who was another one of Bolin's 1986 murder victims. Bolin claimed that he neither knew, had he ever seen, or met any one of the three victims. Martinez divorced her husband, and, on a live TV, married Bolin in 1996, ten years after the slayings.
The point he came back to again and again is something her campaign wants to emphasize, that Hillary Clinton can get things done, across party lines or worldwide borders. Trump continues to lead the crowded GOP field despite making controversial remarks against Mexican immigrants, women and Muslims. Perhaps the largest controversy in recent months was the email account debacle, though for the most part it appears Clinton's challengers and the public are ready to move on, as evidenced by ...
Couch was brought back to Texas at 1:30 p.m., and was taken to the Texas jail where she will await her hearing in the morning. But her attorney believes that Couch has done nothing wrong, and is eager for her day in court. Patten later issued a statement criticizing the public manner in which Anderson has handled the case and questioning why he spoke to Couch in court without her attorney present.
The LA County District Attorney's Office says Couch's next court date is scheduled for January 19. the same day as her son's hearing, if she isn't back in Texas before then. A new report says affluenza teen Ethan Couch spent more than $2,000 on strippers and alcohol at two Puerto Vallarta clubs while he was hiding from authorities.
When McCain was asked on the Chris Merrill Show on KFYI550 in Phoenix on Wednesday about Cruz's ability to declare himself as a "natural-born" citizen, as the Constitution requires of U.S. "Both confirm that the original meaning of the phrase "natural born Citizen" includes persons born overseas who are citizens from birth based on the citizenship of a parent", they wrote.