Geraldo on Cruz’s ‘New York Values’ Remarks: ‘I Know a Coded Message When I See One’

Friday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Fox News contributor Geraldo Rivera doubled down on his criticisms of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), a candidate for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, that he had made a night earlier on the same network. Rivera said Cruz’s use of “New York values” to criticize his opponent Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump was a coded message meant to convey anti-Semitism. “When you say ‘New York values,’ ‘money’ and ‘media,’ what do you need really before you get to the caricature, the coded message, the dog whistle that he is trying to set,” Rivera

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