U.S. Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz speaks with supporters at Penny's Diner in Missouri Valley, Iowa January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Mark Kauzlarich
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Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, following arch-rival Donald Trump in fanning fears about illegal immigration, released a TV ad Tuesday denouncing an "invasion" of migrants from across the Mexican border.The Mexican-US border stretches more than 3,100 kilometers (1,950 miles), but only around a third is marked by high-security fencing.The latest national poll of Republican and Republican-leaning registered voters has Trump leading with 39 percent and Cruz on 18 percent.But Cruz leads in Iowa with 31 percent to Trump's 21 percent.
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