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Ted Cruz's solution to border wall impasse: Make El Chapo pay for it

The Age Thursday, 14 February 2019
Ted Cruz's solution to border wall impasse: Make El Chapo pay for itIt comes as White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders suggested the border wall was necessary to stop El Chapo's 'reign of terror'.
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News video: Ted Cruz Wants El Chapo To Pay For The Border Wall With Forfeited Assets

Ted Cruz Wants El Chapo To Pay For The Border Wall With Forfeited Assets 00:30

Senator Ted Cruz wants to use the forfeited assets of cartel kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" to pay for a wall along the US-Mexico border. Through Twitter, Cruz urged Congress to pass his Ensuring Lawful Collection of Hidden Assets to Provide Order Act. The bill would reallocate Guzman's forfeited assets...

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