Ted Cruz’s College Roommate At Princeton Is Taking A Giant, Steamy Twitter Dump On Him Right Now

 

Craig Mazin, Ted Cruz’s freshman year roommate at Princeton back in 1988, hates the Republican nominee more than Trump hates Mexicans. Back in January, Mazin, who was the screenwriter for Hangover 2 and the Scary Movie series, eviscerated his former bunk mate on Twitter, calling him an “asshole” and claiming he was a creep to women, and “remained untouched in his four years” at Princeton.

His hatred for his ex-roomie wasn’t sparked by Cruz gaining steam in the political landscape and winning three states on Super Tuesday, it has been public for a few years. A year after Cruz was elected to the Senate in 2012, Mazin told Daily Beast, “I would rather have anybody else be the president of the United States. Anyone. I would rather pick somebody from the phone book.”

Mazin is now taking to Twitter to candidly field questions from his 63,000 followers. The series of tweets range from last week to post-Super Tuesday. They are increasingly glorious.

Cruz’s reponse, probably:

[h/t Daily Mail]

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