Sen. Ted Cruz holds his own against ‘prosecuting attorney’ Jay Leno
— Tony Schroeder (@schroedertony) November 9, 2013
Don’t try to use an applause meter to gauge Jay Leno audience’s support for Ted Cruz. Leno’s questions, though, certainly weren’t the sort that President Boyfriend is used to hearing when he appears on TV (sometimes bearing a gift basket).
Jay Leno acted more like a prosecuting attorney than a comedian with Ted Cruz on his show. Lots of snarls, few… http://t.co/uo1PnXs4vB
— Robert Gray Holland (@PeripateticPop) November 9, 2013
— CROSSPATCHe (@VictorB123) November 9, 2013
— Karen Curnock (@KarenCurnock) November 9, 2013
Maybe if Cruz is setting up a run for 2016, Leno was doing a fine impression of a biased debate moderator.
@DLoesch and straight out of prog playbook Leno has to go straight to gay marriage and social issues
— John Baxter (@johnrbaxter41) November 9, 2013
Cruz is handling these questions very well. Leno also asking legit questions from a point of curiosity, not bias.
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) November 9, 2013
@DLoesch just made the point I was trying to make. These are questions asked in a way we must be prepared to answer. Leno being fair.
— Charlie Harper (@IcarusPundit) November 9, 2013