Rick Tyler, the former communications director for Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-TX) presidential campaign who was fired this week over a misleading video, told MSNBC on Friday that he did not realize how much attention the video would get when he posted it to social media.
Tyler posted a video to Twitter and Facebook that appeared to show Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) saying that there are "not many answers" in the Bible. Rubio actually said that "all the answers" are in the Bible. Tyler removed the video when he realized the error and apologized, but Cruz ultimately asked Tyler to resign.
Tyler, who has now become an MSNBC contributor, said on Friday that he was "not mad" that he was let go.
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