In race for President, Cruz shows flexibility on ideas

Washington Post:
On policies, Cruz shifts his stance to suit a fractured GOP

To please all the party’s factions — each with a different definition of “conservative” — the senator from Texas has veered to the right on immigration, the federal budget and the military, piling on new ideas, which sometimes don’t fit with the old.
Cruz is not as ideologically rigid as some of his Senate colleagues claim, but many of them are still reluctant to support him.  In making these policy shifts, Cruz differs greatly from Trump who shift's policies with neck snapping regularity based on the reaction of the media and voters to some of the more "out there" positions he has taken.


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