Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Tuesday chimed in on Sen. Dianne Feinstein's (D-CA) claim that the CIA hacked into a Senate committee computer network, linking the allegations to what he says is President Obama's abuse of power.
"If it is correct that the CIA breached the security of Senate computers, that is a very serious allegation," Cruz told reporters, according to Slate. "I would note, it is consistent with a pattern of the Obama administration, of disregarding the constitutional liberties of the citizenry and disrespecting the constitutional role of the United States Congress. And I would say that protecting the institutional authority of the U.S. Congress is not helped, when during the State of the Union, President Obama says, 'If Congress won't act, I will,' and virtually every Democrat in Congress stands and cheers."
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