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Ted Cruz's Campaign Rocked By 'Monumental' Scandal That May Sink Him For Good

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Apr. 25 2016, Updated 10:07 a.m. ET

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Ted Cruz's campaign for president has been rocked by a new controversy, which could end it once and for all! As Radar reported, The National ENQUIRER obtained a shocking photo of what appears to be Cruz's Cuban-born dad, Rafael, in New Orleans — alongside Lee Harvey Oswald — just three months before the assassin blew President John F. Kennedy's brains out.

Political consultant George Arzt weighed the political consequences of the bombshell photograph and what they mean for the beleaguered Texas senator.

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"If the man in the photo is Ted Cruz's father standing next to Lee Harvey Oswald, it will be a monumental story with monumental damage to the Cruz campaign," explained Arzt.

"It creates lots and lots of questions," he continued. "People will ask, 'Did you know about this? Did your father ever talk about it?' It would be a million and one questions and it would dominate his campaign."

As Radar reported, this isn't the first time Cruz, 45, has battled damaging rumors since announcing his run for president. The family values proponent recently had to dodge questions over his alleged affairs with several women.

And even Donald Trump has blasted Cruz for his "crooked" politics.

Do you think Ted Cruz has a chance to become president? Weigh in with your thoughts in the comments below.

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