Heidi Cruz Brushes Off Ted's Twitter War with Trump: 'I Have an Ability to Completely Ignore It'
Heidi Cruz spoke to Fox News' Megyn Kelly about that infamous Twitter war between her husband and GOP rival Donald Trump.
On Tuesday night she told the host of The Kelly File: “One great thing about me, Megyn, is I don’t tweet.”
She added: “I have an ability to completely ignore it and I think we have a pattern of behavior here that when Donald Trump is falling behind – it's interesting the timing of that was right before Ted's sweeping victory in Utah."
Last month, Trump retweeted unflattering photos of Heidi next to flattering shots of his wife, Melania.
Trump made the retweets after a super PAC used a photo of nude Melania during her days as a model warning conservative Utah voters that she could be their next first lady.
The GOP frontrunner then threated to “spill the beans” on Heidi Cruz’s past when she suffered a bout of depression.
Ted defend his wife and called Trump a “bully.”
Heidi told Kelly: “So many things that Donald Trump says and engages in have no basis in reality. I know my track record. I know my life record. Didn't bother me a bit.”
Heidi also spoke to Kelly about how she first fell in love with her husband when they worked together for George W. Bush’s 2000 presidential campaign.
“Ted has a very rare combination that I spotted immediately, which is that he has a deep, deep intelligence, but at the same time, he’s a lot of fun," she said.
She added that it was also “all of his friends” that attracted Ted to her.
Ted and Heidi Cruz married in 2001 and have two children together, Caroline, 8, and Catherine, 5.