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Ted Cruz Walks Into A Trump Crowd … You Can Probably Guess The Rest

Cruz approached Donald Trump supporters during a campaign stop in Indiana.

By Stephanie Liebergen | May 2, 2016

During a campaign stop in Indiana, Ted Cruz did what other candidates have avoided — he went face to face with Donald Trump supporters.

The pro-Trump crowd was across the street holding signs. Cruz tried to strike up a civilized conversation with them.

"Let me ask you something, sir. What do you like about Donald Trump?" Cruz asked. 

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"Everything," a Trump supporter said.

"Give me one," Cruz said.

"Everything," the supporter said again.

Cruz debated with the man about immigration, gun control and the fight against ISIS. 

"You're lying, like you always do," the Trump supporter said.

"OK, stop. What word did I say was a lie?" Cruz asked.

"About Donald telling people to punch people," the supporter explained.

"OK, look, let me just ask you, sir, just go home and Google, 'Donald punch in the face protesters,'" Cruz said.

So did any of Cruz's comments sway the Trump supporters?

"VOTE TRUMP! Everybody vote Trump," the Trump supporter yelled.

Doesn't look like it. 

This video includes images from Getty Images and clips from Stringr.

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