The ‘Long Shot’ actor called the lawmaker a ‘terrible man’ Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on Friday fired back at actor Seth Rogen, who poked fun at the lawmaker during a Thursday appearance on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
On Thursday night’s episode, Rogen was asked to weigh on his and Cruz’s public bashing of one another on Twitter and viewers saw the “Long Shot” star once again refer to the senator as a “fascist” and a “terrible man whose words have resulted in death.”
Fox News received a response from Cruz’s team on Friday, which also targeted President Joe Biden. “We know Sen. Cruz is busy fighting to save the country from Biden’s disastrous policies. It’s surprising to see that he’s living rent free in Seth Rogen’s head at the same time,” a spokesperson for Cruz said.
Cruz’s and Rogen’s not-so-nice comments about one another follow the Twitter feud they engaged in earlier this year, but Rogen insisted to Colbert on Thursday that the social media squabble is “not a feud” in his mind at all. The “Year Book” author said “feud” is not an appropriate word because that “implies equal ground.”