Nov 19, 2015

Rubio Says Cruz Hurt US Intelligence Programs With Stance - ABC News

Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio on Wednesday kept up his critique of rival Ted Cruz on national security, saying the Texas senator worked with Democrats to "harm our intelligence programs" by restricting the federal government's bulk phone records collection program. Rubio...

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