USA: Cruz 'couldn't care less' about Trump after wife Tweets

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz attended a screening of the 'God's not dead 2' film in Ashwaubenon, Saturday, where he also spoke about religious freedoms and Donald Trump ahead of the Wisconsin primary which takes place on Tuesday, April 5.
Ahead of the movie screening, Cruz was asked about his feud with Donald Trump over the Republican frontrunner's Tweet comparing the appearance of his and Cruz's wife. "It's gotten to the point where I couldn't care less about Donald Trump ... I have no interest in seeing political candidates attack each other's wives, attack their families, attack; wives, spouses and children should be off limits. And my focus is to ignore all the nonsense and noise and focus on the issues that people in Wisconsin care about," Cruz stated.
Cruz also said that "65 and 70 percent of Republicans in Wisconsin and nationally recognise that Donald Trump is not the best candidate to go head-to-head with Hillary Clinton." According to Cruz, "if Hillary Clinton is the next president it is a catastrophe for the country."
The Republican hopeful went on to say that "the modern Democratic Party has gotten so extreme, so radicalised, that religious liberty is now viewed in conflict with the partisan political agenda of the Democratic Party."
Wisconsin primaries are to elect 42 delegates from a total of 2,472 on April 5. Trump currently boasts 736 delegates, far ahead of Cruz (463).