Ted Cruz’s Former Harvard Law Professor Takes a Swipe at Kayleigh McEnany, and Cruz Levels Him

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany speaks during a press briefing at the White House, Thursday, July 9, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

by Sister Toldjah

To say that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and his former Constitutional law professor Laurence Tribe (Harvard) don’t exactly have the most cordial post-law school student/teacher relationship would be quite the understatement. The two have been known to spar over politics and law on occasion, especially since the election of President Trump in 2016.

But as most people with even a passing knowledge of Professor Tribe’s Twitter rantings know by now, the man is consumed by Trump Derangement Syndrome much in the same way Never Trumper Jennifer Rubin and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman are. There’s just no reasoning with them and no getting through.

With hating Trump comes denigrating some of his staunchest defenders, including White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany. Such was the case earlier today, when Tribe took to the Twitter machine to take a swipe at McEnany over answers she gave to reporters Thursday in response to questions about the Supreme Court’s rulings on Thursday regarding Trump’s tax returns and financial records: Read the rest HERE.

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1 Response to Ted Cruz’s Former Harvard Law Professor Takes a Swipe at Kayleigh McEnany, and Cruz Levels Him

  1. The Flash says:

    I find it both amusing and disturbing that liberals, even as well-educated as a Harvard law professor, can’t seem to have a dispassionate, civil discussion with a conservative without ultimately resorting to name-calling, personal insults and/or vulgarity. I’ve personally experienced this phenomenon many, many times. Somehow, liberals see such attitudes as perfectly reasonable.

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