He told it in December.
He told it in January.
"It's cold!" riffed Cruz. "Al Gore told me this wouldn't happen."
He told it again today.
"It is really freezing in D.C.," he told a crowd at the Heritage Foundation, in a speech about energy policy. "I have to admit I was surprised. Al Gore told us this wouldn't happen!"
If it remains cold outside, I predict with 95 percent accuracy that Cruz will make this joke at next month's Conservative Political Action Conference.
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