Houston police chief calls Ted Cruz’s Cancun trip ‘tone-def’

Houston’s police chief criticized Ted Cruz’s Caribbean jaunt when the senator requested a police escort at the airport, as he was back in the storm due to criticism for his sick-time vacation in Texas.

“I think it’s a bit tone-deaf,” Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo Said in an interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN on Thursday night. “And sometimes you have to teach your children the word ‘no’ and this is probably a good time to say ‘no’ to your children, we are blessed, but we have to wait until we get on our feet.” Texas is not available.

“We’ve all made poor choices. It’s for him to explain,” Acevedo, who has been told Frequent critic Of cruise.

Cruise suffered severe backlash after jet-setting for Cancun this week, where the high temperature was 84 degrees, as millions of Texans were left without electricity or running water, and finally, cut their journey on Thursday Key, back to the Lone Star State.

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Sen. Cruz returned to Texas after a terrible accident on his trip.

He then touched down – and was rescued by the Houston police – Cruz Held a press conference And blame it on his daughters, who are 10 and 12 years old.

“Till the second day [without power] We were amazed by the fireplace as a source of heat… When our girls heard the news that the school had been canceled for the week, they said, ‘Why don’t we travel, let’s go somewhere where It’s not so cold, ‘”he said.

in a statement, Cruz said that he Wanted “to be a good father.”


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