Trump: 'I have far better judgment' than Cruz

Washington (CNN)Donald Trump says he has "far better judgment" than Republican presidential rival Ted Cruz after recordings revealed the Texas senator questioning the Republican front-runner on that subject.
Trump: 'I have far better judgment' than Cruz

Trump Told in an interview that he was going into Iraq and added that’s a good judgement. Moreover he added that he was for bombing oil long before anyone else had talked about it and that’s a good judgement. He mentioned he had a great judgement and added, “I would say I have far better judgment than Ted."
Two of the Top contenders for the GOP nomination’s cordial relationship splintered late last week and it appears that is entering in a new phase.
Both of them are facing off Tuesday in Las Vegas at the next Republican presidential debate sponsored by CNN.
Trump said, "He's been so nice to me. I mean, I can say anything, and he said, 'I agree, I agree, But I think the time will come to an end pretty soon, it sounds like."
Trump called Cruz “a little bit of a maniac” in a distinct interview as was predicted.  Furthermore he criticized Cruz’s intra-party squabbles history which includes him calling  Senate Majority Leaded Mitch Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, a liar.

Donald Trump said, "You look like the way he's dealt with the Senate, where he goes in there like -- frankly like a little bit of a maniac. You're never going to get things done that way, You can't walk into the Senate and scream and call people liars and not be able to cajole and get along with people," he added, "He'll never be able to get anything done, and that's the problem with Ted."
The New York Times releasd audio of Cruz speaking in private fundraiser questioning Trump and Ben Carson’s judgement to lead America Last week.
Ted Cruz said, "You look at Paris, you look at San Bernardino, it's given a seriousness to this race, People are looking for who is prepared to be a commander in chief. Who understands the threats we face. 'Who am I comfortable having their finger on the button?' Now that's a question of strength, but it's also a question of judgment. And I think that is a question that is a challenging question for both of them."
Trump said his professional success proves that he has "great" judgment.
"My judgment is great. I built a multi-, multi-, multi-billion-dollar company. Some of the greatest assets in the world," he said. "Tremendously big, number one bestsellers, including "The Art of the Deal," which may be the best in terms of business books. Tremendous television show called the Apprentice that lasted 14 seasons, and by NBC came -- they would beg me to do it again, as you can imagine and I said no, and they are going to sign, they signed Arnold Schwarzenegger."
Trump also praised his "strong temperament."
"One of the things I have is really good judgment, and I think I have really great temperament," he said. "It's a strong temperament, but you know when they chop heads off of Christians in the Middle East, and other people also. When they chop off heads, and when they treat people the way -- we're like Medieval times. Having a strong temperament is good."

Trump told Tapper that voters should pick him over Cruz because he's "more capable" to lead the country and that he gets along with people "much better" than Cruz.
"I'm more capable. Because I have a much better temperament. Because I actually get along with people much better than he does," he said. "You know people don't know that about me -- I actually have a great relationship with people. In fact, I was criticized in the beginning because I get along with Democrats and liberals and Republicans, and conservatives -- I get along with everybody."
Cruz, on the other hand, does not get along with everybody, Trump said.
"No, I don't think he does, and I like him," he said.

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