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With November showdown all but decided, disappointed voters pin their hopes on #Kanye2020

Everyone knows by know that Ted Cruz suspended his campaign Tuesday night after Donald Trump trounced him in the must-win state of Indiana, and there is no shortage of pundits making it clear that even a marginal Bernie Sanders win there would leave him starved for delegates.


What’s left to look forward to for those who oppose both? Many found a running subtext in Cruz’s concession speech that he intends to try again in 2020.

A future run would place Cruz square against rapper Kanye West, who announced his intention to run for president from a concert stage.


Author Brad Thor is on board with #Kanye2020.


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