Ted Cruz says California key to his presidential bid

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Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz appeared at a rally in Mission Valley Monday night.

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SAN DIEGO -- Sen. Ted Cruz brought his presidential campaign to the Town and Country Resort Monday night in an effort to secure some of  172 delegates  up for grabs June 7 in California' Republican Primary.

“America is waking up,” Cruz said.

Chastising presidential front runner Donald Trump, Cruz said he is the only viable candidate left to beat Hillary Clinton in the general election.

Cruz railed against President Barack Obama, the Republican establishment, the media and the Internal Revenue Service.  He said more than what he does, it is what he will undo the will put Americans back to work.

Hundreds of supporters pledged their support for Cruz in loud cheering waves, but quietly many people in attendance told FOX 5 they would supporter Trump in the general election if he becomes the Republican candidate for president.

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