US Senator Ted Cruz speaks to reporters at the US Consul General’s residence on The Peak, in Hong Kong on October 12, 2019. Cruz said he wore black to “express solidarity with the protesters” in the city. Photo: Reuters US Senator Ted Cruz speaks to reporters at the US Consul General’s residence on The Peak, in Hong Kong on October 12, 2019. Cruz said he wore black to “express solidarity with the protesters” in the city. Photo: Reuters
US Senator Ted Cruz speaks to reporters at the US Consul General’s residence on The Peak, in Hong Kong on October 12, 2019. Cruz said he wore black to “express solidarity with the protesters” in the city. Photo: Reuters

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Letters | In the US or Hong Kong, when politicians show support for violence it’s the law-abiding public that suffers

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US Senator Ted Cruz speaks to reporters at the US Consul General’s residence on The Peak, in Hong Kong on October 12, 2019. Cruz said he wore black to “express solidarity with the protesters” in the city. Photo: Reuters US Senator Ted Cruz speaks to reporters at the US Consul General’s residence on The Peak, in Hong Kong on October 12, 2019. Cruz said he wore black to “express solidarity with the protesters” in the city. Photo: Reuters
US Senator Ted Cruz speaks to reporters at the US Consul General’s residence on The Peak, in Hong Kong on October 12, 2019. Cruz said he wore black to “express solidarity with the protesters” in the city. Photo: Reuters
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