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James Dobson Hits Trump, Rubio in New TV Ad for Ted Cruz

(AP)

By    |   Thursday, 18 February 2016 06:29 AM EST

Evangelical broadcaster James Dobson Wednesday praised Ted Cruz's bid for the Republican presidential nomination, saying in a new television ad that the Texas senator is critical to naming more conservatives to the Supreme Court.

"With Justice Scalia's death, we need a president who will defend the Constitution and nominate conservatives to the high court," Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family, said in endorsing Cruz as a private citizen.

The ad was posted on Facebook.

"I know Ted," Dobson said. "He’s a Christian family man of the utmost integrity."

In December, Dobson first endorsed Cruz's campaign.

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Evangelical broadcaster James Dobson Wednesday praised Ted Cruz's bid for the Republican presidential nomination, saying in a new television ad that the Texas senator is critical to naming more conservatives to the Supreme Court.
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