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Cruz Vows His Movement 'Won't Go Away With One Election'

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By    |   Monday, 16 May 2016 02:50 PM

Ted Cruz vowed to continue fighting for the principles he stood for in his failed attempt to win the Republican nomination for president in a video released by his campaign, hinting at a future White House bid.

"What we accomplished is frankly insane. Nobody thought we had a prayer to win," Cruz says in the more than five-minute-long video, entitled "No Regrets." 

"But what we did collectively here is we sparked a fire and we started a movement. And that's powerful and it doesn't go away with one election result. Ronald Reagan in 1976 came up short. I suspect at that convention there were more than a few tears shed. It's going to be our task to go forward and continue fighting for that movement."



The video ends with the words "To Be Continued," perhaps meaning that he intends to run for president in the future.

The film also featured Cruz's campaign manager Jeff Roe, who told the assembled staffers that they all lived up to the honor of fighting for the greater mission of conservatism.

Roe said they ran "a nearly regret-free campaign … Ted Cruz didn't lose, our campaign for president lost."

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