Cruz has backing of scholars and conservative media

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GOP presidential candidate, Ted Cruz is reported to have the support of legal scholars as well as the conservative media in his defense of Donald Trump’s accusations regarding his eligibility to run for president of the United States.

The leading Republican presidential hopeful, Donald Trump has been questioning the eligibility of Ted Cruz to run for office due to his Canadian birthplace. Trump started the accusations at the Fox Business debate in Thursday.
Ted Cruz in his defense said this is th resort since Trump trailed him in the Iowa poll.

This is Trump last alternative before the elections – Cruz

Cruz alluded to the fact that Donald Trump is running out of patience and ideas as the Iowa poll draws near. He said Trump had tried the raise the issue of his birthplace earlier but there was no way. So this is just one desperate move.
“Back in September, my friend Donald said he had his lawyers look at this in every which way, and there was no issue there, there was nothing to this birther issue. Now, since September the Constitution hasn’t changed, but the poll numbers have. And I recognize that Donald is dismayed that his poll numbers are falling in Iowa. But the facts and the law here are really quite clear,” Ted said.

Cruz dismisses his in eligibility authoritatively

Cruz dismissed the ‘birther’ issue authoritatively due to the support he is enjoying from conservative talk radio. Lots of influential hosts have been outspoken regarding Trump’s claims of Cruz ineligibility. Hosts such as Mark Levin, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham have taken the stance of Ted.
Senator John McCain who agrees with Trump was bashed by Limbaugh. Sh said: “It’s getting into bizarro territory here now. Remember now, McCain was born in Panama, and his presidential eligibility is the same, and based on the same constitutionality as is Ted Cruz’s.”
Hannity said “I see no issue here for Ted Cruz,” with Ingraham agreed, saying: “There’s no issue whatsoever.”