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Photo Credit Michael Vadon

Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz recently made headlines when they both spoke out against President Barack Obama’s unpopular nuclear deal with Iran, set to be decided by Congress no later than Sept. 17.

At the nuclear deal protest rally held on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, Trump and Cruz were seen embracing like old friends on multiple occasions, which raised the eyebrows of more than one political pundit in recent days.

Interestingly, both candidates are scheduled to appear on the “The Late Show” with new show host Stephen Colbert, who used at least ten minutes of his opening night on the show to make fun of Trump for his recent comments about Nabisco’s plan to move a large production factory to Mexico.

Cruz will appear on Colbert’s program on Sept. 21, followed by The Donald on the next night (H/T Breitbart).

Interestingly, both candidates are scheduled to appear on the “The Late Show” with new show host Stephen Colbert, who used at least ten minutes of his opening night on the show to make fun of Trump for his recent comments about Nabisco’s plan to move a large production factory to Mexico…

Many think it’s no coincidence that Cruz is essentially the only Republican candidate who hasn’t yet used his television time to attack Trump…

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Rumors swirling around both of the candidate’s camps, as well as their recent public interactions, suggest that the two might have much bigger plans for the future, perhaps even becoming running mates for the general election, should one of them secure the Republican nomination.

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