Ted Cruz warns U.S. voters: 'If you vote for Hillary you are voting for Iran to have nuke weapons'

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz speaks at a campaign stop in Johnston, Iowa, on Dec. 4, 2015.Reuters

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is not giving up hope on America and strongly believes that more can be done to fix what he says is the country's broken political system and deteriorating moral ground.

According to CNS News, Cruz has outlined his plans during his first day in office as president in case he wins the Republican presidential nomination and subsequently the White House in the November 2016 election. "I'm going to do exactly what I told you I would do," he said.

First and foremost on his list would be to repeal Obamacare, expand school choice, rebuild the country's military and enact reforms at the Veterans Administration, strike ISIS with greater force, as well as put an end to the sanctuary city system that protects illegal immigrants who are wanted by federal authorities, among many other things.

"In many ways the most important thing in this election, both in the primary and in the general, is the threat of a nuclear Iran. It's the one threat that could murder millions of Americans," Cruz also said.

He warned American voters that if they vote for Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, they would inadvertently be supporting the Iran nuke deal which President Barack Obama initiated. "And to make clear, if you vote for Hillary you are voting for Iran to have nuclear weapons," he stressed.

On the other hand, if Americans vote for him, Cruz vowed that Iran will have no way of acquiring or building nuclear weapons. "And if I'm elected president, under no circumstances will a nation lead by a theocratic zealot who leads chants of 'Death to America' be allowed to acquire the weapons that could murder millions of Americans," he said. "We will stand by our friends and allies, no matter the criticism from the intelligentsia at the United Nations."