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Tags: Wendy Davis | Ted Cruz | US Senate | Election 2016

Wendy Davis to Ted Cruz: Back to 'Slow, Retired Country Club of Mostly Old White Men'

Wendy Davis to Ted Cruz: Back to 'Slow, Retired Country Club of Mostly Old White Men'
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By    |   Monday, 09 May 2016 10:46 AM EDT

Wendy Davis — the Texas Democrat crushed by Greg Abbott in her 2014 run for governor — has penned a taunting, tongue-in-cheek note to Sen. Ted Cruz on how to recover from his stinging rejection by Republican voters.

Davis writes in The Guardian that she can "feel the pain" of Cruz, but advises him to jump back into work at "the slow retired country club of mostly old white men we call the U.S. Senate," following his exit from the race for the White House last week.

"With all the work that the Senate is doing right now – meeting with appointees to the U.S. Supreme court and holding hearings to confirm a new Secretary of the Army, passing budgets – wait, none of that is getting done," Davis writes.

"Well, you will fit right back in nonetheless given your penchant for shutting down the government when you don't get your way. Perhaps 2017 will be better; think of how busy you'll be battling all those gender equity initiatives that Hillary Clinton will launch as president...."

"Plus, now you can call up Carly [Fiorina] – unless her friendship only lasts as long as her tenure as VP candidate...."

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Wendy Davis - the Texas Democrat crushed by Greg Abbott in her 2014 run for governor - has penned a taunting, tongue-in-cheek note to Sen. Ted Cruz on how to recover from his stinging rejection by Republican voters.
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2016-46-09
Monday, 09 May 2016 10:46 AM
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