U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, who tangled with Donald Trump during a contentious primary campaign, has agreed to speak at the Republican National Convention.
"We had a positive and productive meeting this morning with Donald Trump," Cruz said Thursday. "Donald asked me to speak at the Republican convention, and I told him I'd be happy to do so."
Cruz noted that there was "no discussion of any endorsement" in the meeting.
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At the convention, Cruz said, he will "urge Americans to get back to the Constitution, to change the path we're on. Eight failed years of the Obama-Clinton economy. Eight failed years of a presidency disregarding the Constitution and Bill of Rights."
The convention is set for July 18-21 in Cleveland.