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Former Dwelling Speaker John Boehner did not maintain again whilst counting all the means he despises ‘Lucifer’ — aka Senator Ted Cruz — on ‘The See.’

John Boehner doubled down on his hatred for Senator Ted Cruz on The See, revealing a brutal new nickname for the Texas senator: “Lucifer in the flesh.” The previous Speaker of the Residence, who dedicates portion of his new memoir to “beating up” Cruz, defined specifically what it is about the senator that can make him so indignant.

Boehner says of Cruz in On the Household: A Washington Memoir: “There is practically nothing additional unsafe than a reckless jackass who thinks he’s smarter than everybody else.” He instructed The Watch co-hosts that he specially took umbrage with Cruz coming about to the Household facet of the Capitol to endeavor to affect GOP lawmakers. “[Cruz is] stirring up a bunch of my knuckleheads and pushing them to do matters that are about the dumbest things I have at any time noticed in my everyday living. And he’s not even portion of our caucus,” Boehner advised Sara Haines.

“Just a little bit strange. I’ve by no means quite witnessed everything like it materialize right before or because, the routines of Ted Cruz.” Boehner extra, “I really don’t genuinely defeat up a ton of men and women in this guide besides 1: Ted Cruz. Lucifer in the flesh.” He also mentions in the ebook that he was not the only Republican who experienced a trouble with Cruz. Senate Minority Chief Mitch McConnell “hated him with a passion I didn’t know he had in him.” McConnell and Cruz still operate together… uncomfortable.

John Boehner ‘beats up’ Ted Cruz in his approaching memoir, he said on The Perspective. (Shutterstock)

Boehner has been especially outspoken about Cruz as he would make the rounds to market his memoir (which hits shelves on April 13). They noted on The View that Boehner included some spice to the audio ebook recording, which could not be repeated on air. For every Axios, it’s “Oh, and Ted Cruz, go f**k oneself.”