Following a campaign rally outside Nashville on Monday, Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz revealed the foolproof debate question he’d put to Hillary Clinton if the two individuals were to meet on the debate stage next year. The subject of his query? Not Benghazi or destroyed e-mail servers, but income inequality.
“Over the last six-and-a-half years, the rich have gotten richer and hard-working men and women across America have seen their lives get harder and harder,” Cruz said during an exclusive interview with The Federalist on his campaign bus. “The people who have been hurt the most are the most vulnerable. Young people, Hispanics, African-Americans, single moms.”
“We’ve seen for two terms now the big government policies you and Barack Obama advocate don’t work,” Cruz said before getting to the ultimate question for Hillary. “Why should anyone believe a third term of the same failed policies would produce anything different?”