Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) on Friday characterized President Obama’s planned executive action on immigration as “angry and defiant of voters” following Republican wins in the midterm elections.

“I hope he does not do so. If he does, it would be wrong, it would be unconstitutional, and it would be angry and defiant of voters,” Cruz said Friday, following a speech in Austin outlining his position on a number of issues related to technology policy.

The Texas senator said if Obama goes through with the plan, “Congress will do everything humanly possible to stop them.” He declined to “game play” what tactics Republicans might use.

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