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Pastor Robert Jeffress joined Sean Hannity tonight to sound off on the 2016 election and who is the best candidate for evangelical voters.

Jeffress said that evangelicals - particularly in Iowa - are conflicted between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, because each represents qualities that they are looking for.

He explained that they see Trump as strong on national security and the economy, and they are also drawn to the fact that he's a political outsider.

As for Cruz, they're drawn to his strong personal faith and his consistent record of conservatism, Jeffress said.

"Ultimately, beating Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders is the 'Holy Grail' for evangelicals," Jeffress said. "And whichever candidate demonstrates the ability to do that best, I think, will win the lion's share of the evangelical vote."

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