Cruz offers his vision for election face-off with Clinton
HOLLIS, N.H. - Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz is dreaming of a face-off with Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, even before the first primary votes are cast.
He warns his supporters about what he thinks America will look like under a Clinton administration, predicting a nuclear-armed Iran, amnesty for millions of people in America illegally and the continuation of President Barack Obama's health care law.
He calls it "telling the truth with a smile."
Clinton's major Democratic rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, is an afterthought for Cruz, even as he gains in the polls. Cruz wants to take on Clinton - and he paints a picture of what a Cruz-Clinton contest would look like whenever he speaks with voters.
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