Cruz also hinted he won’t rule out jumping back into the race if he sees a path to victory for his campaign.
Cruz, the anti-establishment crusader, wasn’t always a Washington outsider.
The former speaker of the House called Cruz “Lucifer in the flesh.”
The Democratic and Republican leaders in the 2016 race for the White House are unusually unpopular.
Instead of replacing Andrew Jackson on the bill, Trump wants to create another denomination for Harriet Tubman.
"I’m not going to reach 1,237," Cruz said on Wednesday, "and Donald Trump is not going to reach 1,237."
Cruz spoke out Tuesday night for the first time since reports surfaced accusing her husband of having extramarital affairs.
The billionaire’s wife and three of his adult children will join him onstage Tuesday night.
The family will take questions tonight from CNN’s Anderson Cooper and Republican voters seated in the audience.
The Texas senator’s tenacity makes him the Colorado favorite.
The next big test in stopping the billionaire frontrunner will be New York, the state he calls home.
From abortion to NATO, Trump hit on hot-button issues two days before the Wisconsin primary.
The meeting came after a tumultuous two days that included a reversal of his pledge to back the party's nominee.
Being Republican has long meant being like Reagan—or at least saying you’re like Reagan.