Ted Cruz Asks His Communications Director to Resign

The Republican presidential candidate asked for Rick Tyler's resignation after he shared a video attacking opponent Marco Rubio's faith.
1:20 | 02/22/16

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Yesterday after our campaigns which. Completed a news story that reported to indicate. Marcos saying something negative about the the news story was false. That's staffer and at least that we apologize. And pull it down although I spent this morning investigate what it. And this morning. I asked for written right. I have made clear in this campaign that we will conduct this campaign with the very highest standards of the tech. That has been how it conducted that they want it is why when other campaigns. Attacked us person. It here and I integrity or my character I was I'm not view that hurt me broad audience and mark. That he throws at me every single day. If other candidates choose to go into the gutter we will not do the same Rick Tyler is a good man this was the grave error. It turned out to news stories at around with all but I'll tell you if that was true. We are not a campaign that question debate about it even if it was true our campaign should not that's flat aspirin tablet resignation. Because the standards of conduct in this campaign that made absolutely clear for every member of.

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