On "Hannity" tonight, Ted Cruz reacted to the Fox Business Network-Wall Street Journal Republican debate and how it showcased the candidates differing on important issues like illegal immigration and amnesty.

"There is nothing compassionate about a bunch of politicians saying, 'I'm so compassionate, I’m going to give away your job,' because that’s what they’re saying," Cruz said. "None of them are losing their job, but they’re happy to tell working men and women across this country that your job can be taken away by people coming here illegally."

Cruz said that if Republicans just agree with President Obama, Hillary Clinton and the Democrats on amnesty, the GOP will lose the 2016 election.

He explained that's because millions of working men and women, millions of Reagan Democrats, will stay at home and not vote.

"The way we win, Sean, is we run a populist campaign, fighting for working men and women who want to believe again in the promise of America," Cruz said. "And we run it against the bipartisan corruption of Washington."

Watch part one of the interview above and part two below.

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