Sen. Cruz: I’m Not Trying to Play the Washington Rules, I’m Trying to Change the Rules
Speaks with Fox News’ Bret Baier regarding the President’s unconstitutional amnesty

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Ted CruzWASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, today spoke with Fox News’ Bret Baier to discuss his constitutional point of order to defund President Obama’s illegal executive amnesty.

Regarding Sen. Cruz’s effort to secure a Senate vote to defund President Obama’s illegal executive amnesty:

“What the president did is unconstitutional. We’re facing a constitutional crisis and in my view it was critical. This Saturday after the fight we had, we had the very first vote on President Obama’s unconstitutional amnesty. That’s what I was pressing for, that’s what others were pressing for. And I think it mattered to honor our commitment to the voters, to force that vote.”

Regarding the $1.1 million spending bill just passed by Congress:

“You look at this omnibus that just passed Congress. It’s 1.1 trillion dollars of every payoff for special interest, for lobbyists, for K street, all of them got taken care of, it was the perfect example of Washington corruption. But you know the people who were not taken care of is the working men and women, the millions of conservatives, grassroots activists, who showed up and gave Republicans the majority.”


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