Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) responded to Hillary Clinton calling the Benghazi attack her greatest regret during her time as secretary of state.  


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The Republican congressman compared her new statements to President Obama’s apology to Americans who lost their health insurance as a result of ObamaCare. Cruz told Gretchen Carlson, “Talk is cheap.”

If Clinton was truly sorry, Cruz said she would join him and other senators in calling for a Joint Select Committee in Congress to investigate the attack.


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Cruz believes President Obama should apologize to Americans who lost their health care plans in his State of the Union address tomorrow night. “Over 5 million people trusted President Obama when he said if you like your health insurance plan, you can keep it.”

Not only should the president apologize, Cruz said, but he should fix the problem. “Empty words don’t mean a whole lot.”

He reacted to the White House dismissing the Republican health care plan, calling it “typical” and slamming the administration for having no answers. 


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