Sep 05, 2015

After Houston Officer Shooting, Political Leaders Dig Into Obama : It's All Politics : NPR

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said police are "feeling the assault from the president." Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said "there doesn't seen to be the unqualified and universal support" for police officers.

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