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Bill Maher Begrudgingly Endorses Ted Cruz: 'Better Ted Than Dead'

To be clear, liberal comedian Bill Maher doesn’t want to see a Republican in office, but after roasting both GOP candidates on his show “Real Time With Bill Maher” Friday evening, he threw his ‘support’ behind the Texas senator. 

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After all, he said, “there is always a more-correct choice,” and to Maher, that choice is Ted Cruz, although he did have to immediately take a swig of ‘bleach’ after saying it out loud. 

His reason? Quite simply, Donald Trump is a “lunatic.”

“If a non-rich or non-white person said the things he says they wouldn’t put him in the White House, they’d put him in Bellevue,” he said.

“We can’t make a crazy person commander in chief, there are actual job requirements. It’s not like Mardi Gras parade king. Do I think President Trump would actually disappear people? No, but I can’t rule it out.”

Earlier in the segment Maher compared Trump to Ebola: “He'll violently kill you right away.” While Ted Cruz, he said, was like Zika virus: “We won't see the damage until future generations."

“So, yes,” Maher concluded, “Ted Cruz will be our worst president, but Donald Trump might well be our last.”

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