Ted Cruz Tried To Troll Kamala Harris By Tweeting 'Montreal Is Going To Invade'

The Calgary-born U.S. senator tried to poke fun at the former Montrealer.
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Ted Cruz Tried To Troll Kamala Harris With Tweet Referencing Montreal

Montreal came up in a Ted Cruz tweet on Friday afternoon after the Calgary-born Texas senator attempted to troll Vice President Kamala Harris by retweeting a Sean Hannity article with the caption "Montreal is going to invade." 

The tweet was in reference to an article on Sean Hannity's site entitled "'Immigration Czar' Kamala Harris Finally Visits a Border State… New Hampshire."

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Vice President Harris spent much of her formative years in Montreal, attending Westmount High while her mother worked at McGill Univesity and Jewish General Hospital.

Harris was recently appointed in a new immigration role for the White House.

Though Cruz's tweet begs the question, could a bunch of motivated Montrealers actually invade the United States?

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