President Donald Trump has “broken the Democratic Party” by delivering on GOP policies, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said Sunday.
In an interview on ABC News’ “This Week,” Cruz said “results matter.”
“I think Donald Trump has broken the Democratic Party,” he said. “They are defined now just by hating him. They ought to be the party of jobs. They used to be a party focused on jobs. They’re not anymore… Results matter. We've delivered on policy.
Cruz also responded to a New York Times report on fresh revelations about the Supreme Court Justice’s alleged behavior as a student at Yale University in the 1980s.
“At the end of the day it's The New York Times just being bitter,’ he said. “I bet you the next Democratic debate, they'll all be saying ‘impeach Kavanaugh, impeach Trump.’ There's nobody they don't want to impeach and at some point they just have to let the anger go and recognize that the democratic process actually moves on and I think it's time for them to do that.”
On gun control, Cruz declared no Democratic proposals would have stopped recent mass shootings, including those recently in Texas.
“We've seen too damn many of these in the state of Texas so we need to end them, absolutely yes,” he said of the shootings in El Paso and Odessa. “Now, the question is what do we need to do to actually work? And this is where I get frustrated with Democratic politicians in Washington. Because the proposals they're putting forward would not have stopped a single one of these mass murders.”
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