Abbott: Cruz's Actions During Shutdown No Surprise

Attorney General Greg Abbott, the front-runner for the GOP's gubernatorial nomination, said Friday that no one should have been surprised by U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz's determination to take down Obamacare and that Texas' law that allows undocumented immigrants to pay in-state tuition should be fixed.

After speaking to a law enforcement organization  Abbott told reporters that he’s “shocked that anybody is shocked” by Cruz's actions during the federal government shutdown.

"Ted Cruz campaigned every single day that he was going to go to Washington D.C., and do everything he possibly could to dismantle Obamacare," Abbott said. "Ted ...

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