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One thing that has made the 2016 presidential election unique is the amount of URL trolling. While Carly Fiorina turned it into an art form, it was Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) who was the first victim of this decidedly-21st century form of a prank. Cruz had failed to secure the domain "," as it had previously been purchased by another man named Ted Cruz--one who was not exactly eye-to-eye with the senator on political issues. The page initially displayed a pro-immigration reform message. (Candidate Ted Cruz used as an official site.)


Now, following last night's suspension of Sen. Cruz's campaign, it appears as though has been updated:

Rough, but I guess that's one way to cram in one final Cruz joke as the campaign wound down.

As for that other bizarre Ted Cruz meme:

What a world we live in.

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