Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said on “Hannity” tonight that President Obama's State of the Union address reminded him of one of his young daughter's favorite stories, "Alice in Wonderland."

"It was a speech where facts do not matter. It was a fantastical, alternative reality where, in the president's telling, working men and women are doing great - never mind the 92 million Americans who aren't working," Cruz said.

He added that according to Obama's telling, Al Qaeda is on the run and there's no such thing as "radical Islamic terror."

"I think last night demonstrated that President Obama refuses to look forward, he refuses to lead. So now it's incumbent upon Republicans to lead," Cruz said.

"We need to lead to solve the real problems that people are facing today."

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