I don’t know how much sense this makes right now. Last night, Sen. Ted Cruz was officially eliminated from reaching the 1,237 magic number to be nominated for the GOP Republican Presidential spot when he lost all five states and only won a delegate out of a possible 118 available.
Fiorina was a former Presidential candidate who has a shifty past that includes running a couple of businesses into the ground while making out like a bandit with golden parachutes. She lost her bid to beat Sen. Barbara Boxer back in 2012 and bowed out of the GOP race back in January 2015.
She once called out Cruz on his national birth situation as seen in this video below.
Fiorina even blamed Cruz for the government shutdown so again we ask what in the world is going on here. Cruz also gave Fiorina’s campaign over 500K last year that still has political minds scratching their heads.
Sources confirmed to WMUR political director Josh McElveen and political reporter John DiStaso that Fiorina, who has been a supporter of Cruz for several weeks, will be the focus of the announcement that Cruz intends to make in Indiana Wednesday afternoon.
Fiorina dropped out of the presidential race after finishing seventh in the New Hampshire presidential primary on Feb. 9.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO endorsed Cruz a month later, calling him a “leader and a reformer” who is “willing to take on the status quo in Washington.” She has since appeared often as a surrogate for Cruz.
Cruz’s campaign is on the ropes after suffering defeats in five eastern states on Tuesday. He is looking to Indiana’s May 3 primary to salvage his campaign as frontrunner Donald Trump nears the 1,237 delegate threshold needed to secure the GOP presidential nomination.
From Tuesday evening:
Carly Fiorina on my flight to indy, wonder why! Not in first either
— Gary O'Donoghue (@BBCBlindGazza) April 26, 2016
What do you think the endgame for Cruz is right now? Will he announce Fiorina?