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Late. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said in an interview Monday that Republicans are likely to win Parliament back in 2022, and said that if they do, they will likely consider filing a federal lawsuit against President Biden.
Cruz appeared in “Verdict with Ted Cruz,” his podcast, saying Democrats “armed the state court case” under the Trump administration for party-political purposes, according to Washington Times.
“One of the real downsides of doing that is that the more you armed it and turn it into a biased hug, you know what’s good for the goose is good for the gander,” he said.
He resubmitted an interview in which he set the odds of Republicans taking Parliament back to 90-10 and 50-50 to take back the equally divided Senate.
Last September, four Republicans in the House of Representatives filed lawsuits against Biden over his handling of the southern border and the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan.
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“I filed a lawsuit against @POTUS based on what I believe are clear violations of his duties, “wrote Rep. Bob Gibbs of Ohio on Twitter after submitting articles on federal law. “There are dynamics in Congress that prevent this from being debated. But I could not stand by while Biden commits blatant and deliberate breaches of his office.”
Republicans accused Democrats of turning to federal lawsuits to hamper the Trump administration.
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Fox News host Tucker Carlson wrote: The Democrats “need to keep Donald Trump at the center of the conversation. They are accusing him so they can continue to talk about him. That’s that simple.”
Fox News’ Andrew Mark Miller contributed to this report
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