Watch Triumph the Insult Comic Dog Roast Ted Cruz to His Face

Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke Got Into it with Triumph the Insult Comic Dog: WATCH

Watch Triumph The Insult Comic Dog Insult Ted Cruz Right To His Face

Then, finally, after years of waiting, Triumph finally came face-to-face with Cruz at a Republican rally. After some playful back-and-forth ribbing, Triumph turned his attention to Beto's opponent.

He also references the "Cruz is the Zodiac Killer" joke by saying that Cruz's stance on repealing Obamacare would kill way more people than the Zodiac ever did.

When asked why she chose to support O'Rourke at the polls, Aguirre told the reporter, "Because he represents everything that Donald Trump isn't".

Triumph (Robert Smigel) was certainly put to great and productive use, given that he was somehow able to score interviews with Senator Ted Cruz and his challenger, Congressman Beto O'Rourke, on the campaign trail in Texas.

"Does it concern you that half your base thinks they can vote for you through Instagram?" he asked.

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Despite the jokes at his expense, Cruz did play along with the bit, even telling a police officer who appeared to be holding Triumph back that everything was okay.

After voting on Tuesday morning, Pamela Aguirre teared up while discussing Democratic Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke's visit to her polling place where he, too, cast his ballot.

"This is the man, what's Ted Cruz have that you don't have?"

"I'm here at the Ted Cruz rally", Triumph announces, "or a Duck Dynasty cosplay convention".

"Because he represents everything that Donald Trump isn't", the voter insisted. "Because he's a disgusting fish monster!"

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'I support spaying and neutering, just like Trump did to you!', Triumph quipped. "Is that covered under the GOP healthcare plan?"

"I just want to say to Triumph, my advice is walk away", Cruz quipped.

"Ted, is it true you will defend the constitution at all costs?"

Triumph handed out stickers to early voters that read: "I'm Pretty Sure I Voted" and "Just Light Enough To Vote". While he treats his wounds, watch the entire video from Monday night's Colbert show below.

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