Bob Dole: Ted Cruz Is a RINO — He’s a Republican in Name Only’

Sunday on a special edition of Fox News Channel’s “Your World,” former Sen. Bob Dole (R-KS), the 1996 Republican presidential nominee, criticized Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), a candidate for the 2016 Republican nomination, on the eve of the Iowa Caucuses. Dole ripped Cruz for being “an extreme conservative” and argued Cruz would shut down the government given the opportunity. “My candidate is Jeb Bush and I wish I could see him more on Fox today. But I think we have a number of good candidates who are Republicans and we have Cruz, who I don’t think is a Republican,” Dole said. “He is an extreme conservative. There is no one like him in the Senate. No one likes him in the Senate. All he’s done is shut down the government twice. Cost millions of dollars and put federal workers out of work for a few days. I don’t really believe the people in Iowa are extreme conservatives. They’re Grassley conservatives. They’re Sen. Ernst conservatives. They’re Gov. Branstad conservatives.” “I doubt that he’s a Republican,” Dole added. “He can’t run as an extreme conservative. He’s a RINO — he’s a Republican in name only.” Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor
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Issa: Hillary Clinton’s ‘Honesty Is In Question’

Sunday on Fox News channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” Rep. Darrell Issa said Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s “judgment” and “honesty” are in question because of her handling of classified material on a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state. Issa said, “Well, this is where her judgment is in question, where her honesty is in question. Maria, let’s understand people are looking at the shiny object of classified, did it say classified, exactly what did it say. Let’s go back. what was Secretary Clinton’s judgment in setting up this site. What was her judgment in exchanging and having, if you will, e-mail conversations about sensitive information. What was her judgment in not giving a copy of this required by law to the State Department when she left. And what was her judgment quite candidly in this delay process that she went through where she essentially delivered none of it and now says, ‘oh, I want it all made public.’ The fact is, I don’t want it all made public. The information that is sensitive, I’d like the select intelligence committee to see it. But I want to make sure it’s not made public because that’s exactly what
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