Chuck Norris will not be campaigning with Republican presidential candidate Ted CruzTed CruzTrump's America: Businessmen in, bureaucrats out When Trump says 'Make America Great Again,' he means it Booker is taking orders from corporate pharmaceuticals MORE this weekend, The Blaze reported Thursday.
Norris was supposed to hit the campaign trail for the Texas senator at a rally this weekend in North Carolina, according to Keep the Promise PAC, a pro-Cruz group. But a spokeswoman for the PAC said Norris "will no longer be appearing."
“We regret that our publicity implied otherwise and apologize to Mr. Norris and our rally participants for the confusion.”
Rumors about Norris making a presidential endorsement were false, according to Jeff Duclos, a spokesman for Norris.
Norris said in a statement to The Blaze that each Republican candidate has "strong points" and "some have the potential to be great presidents."
“I would like to clarify for the record that I have NOT officially endorsed any candidate for president, contrary to what has been widely reported in the media,” Norris said in a statement provided to The Blaze Wednesday.
“I am going to let the citizens of America decide who they think would be the best candidate for the GOP,” Norris said.
“When the candidate is decided, I will support that person enthusiastically.”
Norris also posted on Facebook that there was "false information going around about my personal presidential endorsement."
Norris had previously voiced his support for former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee before the candidate ended his presidential bid.