White House hopeful Ted CruzTed CruzTrump blames GOP as Dems top RNC ratings Dem lawmakers rally Muslims against Trump Anti-Clinton super-PAC looks to inflame intraparty tension with Sanders backers MORE released an attack ad Friday slamming presidential rival Donald TrumpDonald TrumpWith reservations, moving toward Hillary Clinton Republican convention narrowly beats Dem gathering in Facebook interest Albright: Trump is just ‘weird’ MORE on eminent domain, saying the businessman used the seizure of property to make himself "rich."
The 30-second ad, titled "System," starts by describing eminent domain as a "fancy term for politicians seizing private property to enrich the fat cats who bankroll them." It then flashes to a clip on Fox News of Trump saying he thinks eminent domain is "wonderful."
The ad goes on to say that Trump bulldozed the home of an elderly widow in Atlantic City to build a limousine parking lot at his casino.
"Trump won't change the system. He's what's wrong with it," it says in the end.
Cruz tweeted his ad Friday morning saying, "It's time we change the system and break the #WashingtonCartel -- together!"
Trump, meanwhile, has released his first attack ad targeting the Texas senator on immigration and accusing him of being "pro amnesty."
The real estate mogul fired back in response to Cruz's ad on eminent domain.
"Ted Cruz complains about my views on eminent domain, but without it we wouldn't have roads, highways, airports, schools or even pipelines," he tweeted on Friday morning.