Cruz: My Campaign in Much Better Position Than Last Two Iowa GOP Winners
Ted Cruz was the big winner of the Iowa caucus. He joined Hannity to talk about his plans to keep up the momentum and win the Republican nomination.
Cruz said that his victory showed "the incredible power of the grassroots."
He said the Republican Party has not followed through on the promises of its tidal victories, and that people are fed up.
Cruz said that unlike the conservative Republicans who won the last two Iowa caucuses, he has the organization and resources to effectively compete to win the nomination.
He said that as of Dec. 31, he had almost as much money in his war chest as Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, John Kasich and Chris Christie combined.
"That's unprecedented. The conservative is supposed to be broke."
He credited his "volunteer army" of 200,000 people and 800,000 contributions with fueling the win.
Cruz also said the Democrats act like they're living in "That 70s Show" and that he predicts a 1980-style Reagan landslide.
Watch the full interview above.