Senator Ted Cruz's wife, Heidi, has found herself unexpectedly forced into the center of the presidential race. The reason? Donald Trump has been saying he might "spill the beans" on some secret to Heidi Cruz's past. His supporters have already done so: they seem to think it's scandalous that Heidi Cruz has depression and was approached by a police officer ten years ago during a mental health call. Trump supporters are saying that Heidi is "unstable."
New York Magazine writes that "attacking Heidi Cruz for her depression is disgraceful, and a new low." So why is a presidential candidate attacking anyone over mental health? Our guests:
- Patricia Sine, executive director of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Rochester
- Donna Leigh-Estes, programs manager and instructor for NAMI Rochester
- Greg Soehner, president and CEO, East House