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Two pro-Ted Cruz super PACs have offered to donate $1.5 million to veterans charities if Donald Trump will debate the Texas senator one-on-one before the Iowa caucuses.

On "Hannity" tonight, Cruz said that Trump's decision to skip tomorrow's Fox News-Google GOP debate sends a message to the men and women of Iowa that he doesn't care enough about their views to show up to the debate.

He said Trump's decision is "stunning," adding that he already has a venue booked for Saturday night should Trump accept the super PACs' offer.

Cruz explained that this is a great opportunity to help the brave men and women who have served our country while also giving Iowans a chance to hear from the front-runners in this "two-man race" one last time.

"I think he's afraid of the voters," Cruz said. "I think he is afraid of the men and women of Iowa, because he is campaigning, telling people he's a conservative, but his record is directly contrary to what he's saying."

Watch Hannity's interview in the clips above and below.

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