According to The Hill, former presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, attended a dinner with more than 20 well-known conservatives to plot his comeback for a presidential run in 2020.
Reportedly, the dinner was held at the home of Brent Bozell, the founder of the Media Research Center. Bozell, who is anti-Trump, endorsed Cruz in 2016. Bozell set the meeting to discuss the future of the senator’s political career.
Many at the dinner compared Cruz’s position to that of Reagan, who lost his initial bid for the Republican nomination in 1976 but skyrocketed to the top in 1980.
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