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USA: Iran, Russia, China makes world a 'dangerous place' – Ted Cruz01:22

USA: Iran, Russia, China makes world a 'dangerous place' – Ted Cruz

United States, Fort Worth
June 6, 2014 at 17:28 GMT +00:00 · Published

Junior United States Senator from Texas Ted Cruz spoke to a crowd of thousands at the Second General Session of the 2014 Texas GOP Convention in Fort Worth on Friday.

Cruz made remarks on privacy, the International Revenue Service, Obamacare and the need to reduce the influence of the Federal Government on the states. He also spoke of the need to “secure the borders” of the country and to defend the US from foreign threats. Cruz said that countries such as Iran, Russia and China have been stepping in while the US loses its position of leadership. This state of affairs, he said, have made the world “a much more dangerous place”.

Between 8,000 and 10,000 people attended the Friday session of the Republican party convention. The week-long event started on June 2 and will go on until June 7.

USA: Iran, Russia, China makes world a 'dangerous place' – Ted Cruz01:22
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Junior United States Senator from Texas Ted Cruz spoke to a crowd of thousands at the Second General Session of the 2014 Texas GOP Convention in Fort Worth on Friday.

Cruz made remarks on privacy, the International Revenue Service, Obamacare and the need to reduce the influence of the Federal Government on the states. He also spoke of the need to “secure the borders” of the country and to defend the US from foreign threats. Cruz said that countries such as Iran, Russia and China have been stepping in while the US loses its position of leadership. This state of affairs, he said, have made the world “a much more dangerous place”.

Between 8,000 and 10,000 people attended the Friday session of the Republican party convention. The week-long event started on June 2 and will go on until June 7.