President Obama said Tuesday that he routinely has to respond to foreign leaders who are concerned about the statements businessman Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas have made in their quest to secure the Republican presidential nomination, adding that it has damaged America's standing overseas.
"I am getting questions constantly from foreign leaders about some of the wackier suggestions that are being made," the president told reporters, adding that the concern is not just focused on Trump's policy proposals but also those offered by Cruz, "which in some ways are just as draconian, when it...
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