Indianapolis (eTruePolitics) – A reportedly distraught Ted Cruz, blaming himself for his now infamous Indiana basketball “ring” flub, is said to be holed up in a hotel room binge watching Johnny Cash sing “Ring of Fire” on his iPad, worried aides told eTrueSports.
“It’s beyond sad. Teddy’s convinced he blew the election and he’s probably right,” said a source sympathetic to Cruz. Up to a point.
“He won’t stop singing,” the source groaned. “‘It burns, burns, burns, The ring of fire, The ring of fire’ over and over and over? Makes you want to hurl.”
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