Dallas store sells Ted Cruz pinatas mocking his Mexico trip

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In a bid to mock Ted Cruz’s recent trip to Cancun during a deadly winter storm that left millions in his state struggling without power and water, a party-supply store in Dallas has introduced Texas senator-shaped pinatas.

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