Cruz exposes Trump's past in new Twitter attack

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This week a Super PAC put out an ad featuring Donald Trump's wife from a nude GQ photo shoot, leading the Republican front-runner to threaten to "spill the beans" on Ted Cruz's wife, Heidi Cruz. Both candidates turned to Twitter to defend their wives, but the jabs didn't end there.

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Thursday morning Cruz's campaign posted a video on Youtube and Twitter attacking Trump for supporting liberal Democratic politicians including Hillary Clinton. The video claims Donald Trump has donated over $600,000 in political contributions in New York State. Cruz also posted screen grabs from the video to his Twitter alleging that Trump donated money to the New York Democrat Party, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Governor Elliot Spitzer and more.

The video ends asking voters to support Cruz: "Republicans deserve a candidate more committed to conservative politics than himself."

Trump fired back posting a video on Instagram with the caption "Endorsements for Lyin' Ted." The video features Cruz's latest supporter Jeb Bush, as well as Carly Fiorina and Lindsey Graham, saying unfavorable things about Cruz . The video ends with the question, "With friends like these who needs enemies?"

Endorsements for Lyin' Ted

A video posted by Donald J. Trump (@realdonaldtrump) on

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