According to the Dallas Morning News, the Q&A session with the delegation over breakfast on Thursday morning was "often tense," with some delegates literally turning their backs on Cruz. One had a sign that said "Clinton/Cruz 2020." Even Cruz's supporters were reportedly disappointed in him.
Former ally Rick Perry said he thought Cruz made a "bad call," and should have "kept his word" to endorse Trump, according to CNN. Cruz said he wouldn't be voting for Hillary Clinton in November, and he said he was still "watching and listening" before making his choice for president. But it sure sounds like he won't be voting for Trump, either. "I am not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and attack my father," Cruz said, according to the Morning News. "That pledge was not a blanket commitment that if you go and slander my wife that I am going to come like a servile puppy dog for maligning my wife and maligning my father." It's unclear how things will play out come November, but one thing is certain: Ted Cruz is definitely not a puppy.