Cruz Seeks to Block Terrorists From Serving as UN Ambassadors in NYC: What if Taliban Had Sent Bin Laden as Envoy?


<p>“How would we feel … if the Taliban had sent Osama bin Laden to be an
ambassador to the United Nations from Afghanistan?” Sen. Ted Cruz asked
Tuesday. He was introducing legislation aimed at preventing “known
terrorists” from entering the U.S. to serve as U.N. envoys, following
Iran’s nomination of a man involved in the 1979 Tehran hostage crisis.</p>

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