Rumors of possible affairs by GOP Presidential candidate Ted Cruz have caused immense controversy today, and one in particular is raising questions.
According to US News And World Report:
“Another of Cruz’s purported lovers outed by the Internet is Sarah Isgur Flores, who worked for former Republican presidential contender Carly Fiorina. The former Hewlett-Packard CEO briefly challenged Trump for the lead in the race, but she dropped out of the campaign in February.
Last July, a Cruz-affiliated super PAC donated $500,000 to Fiorina’s campaign, without explanation — a highly unusual move that is being reexamined in light of the Enquirer’s report about Cruz’s indiscretions. And Fiorina made a highly publicized last-minute endorsement of Cruz in the final days before the Florida primary, helping him come in a respectable second to Trump and keeping his White House hopes alive.
Trump’s campaign has yet to make official statements about the allegations. The senator, who has been married to Goldman Sachs executive Heidi Cruz for 15 years and has two young children with her, has made his devout Christianity a centerpiece of his campaign.”
The article also notes:
“Given that the Enquirer is widely regarded as a fringe tabloid publication, a Hollywood celebrity scandal sheet with an uneven reputation for accuracy, most mainstream news outlets had avoided the story so far, or handled it gingerly…
But the Enquirer is the same news outlet that reported John Edwards — a former North Carolina Democratic senator who challenged President Barack Obama and current party front-runner Hillary Clinton for the 2008 presidential nomination — had been involved with documentary filmmaker Rielle Hunter and had fathered her daughter that year.”