CHICAGO – Last Friday's Chicago protest, and Donald Trump's reaction to it, has been dominating the media cycle. Trump critics argue he's said some pretty harsh things that have led many to believe he doesn’t have what it takes to deal with the opposition without sacrificing class, dignity, and integrity.
Of course, Trump is not alone when it comes to protestors. Sen. Ted Cruz had a showdown of his own with an unruly protester at one of his rallies in the Chicago suburbs on Monday. However, his response was somewhat different.
At a campaign stop in the western Chicago suburb of Glen Ellyn, the Texas Republican, who’s seeking his party’s nomination for president, was enthusiastically met by a large number of supporters — save for one animal rights activist.
Huffington Post contributor Samantha-Jo Roth posted a video of the exchange.
— Samantha-Jo Roth (@SamanthaJoRoth) March 15, 2016