The spokesperson for the unsuccessful presidential campaign of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) admitted on MSNBC on Saturday that his former boss could lose reelection in Texas.
Sen. Cruz is being challenged by Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-TX), whose campaign has energized supporters across the country, raising over $9 million in the month of August.
The two debated on Friday night, with Cruz defending a Dallas police officer who killed an unarmed black man in his own home.
“Do you think that Beto O’Rourke has a chance for this?” MSNBC’s Alex Witt asked.
“Yes,” Tyler replied, without hesitation.
“He has a shot of winning this race,” Tyler acknowledged. “The race has been trending towards Beto since its inception.”
“I’ve said for weeks it could be won by Beto,” he added.
WATCH: Employee at Tim Hortons slurs Muslim couple and tells them ‘go back to your own country’
According to a report from Deadline Detroit, a Muslim advocacy group has filed a complaint against a local Tim Horton's location after an employee insulted a Muslim couple and told them to "go back to their own country," followed by a sexist slur.
The report states Alaa Kouider and her husband, Ameur Dhaimini, were purchasing coffee at the local fast food location when they got into an argument with the cashier.
Former New Hampshire GOP chair: Trump is using ‘the worst kind of racism’ to tear America apart
President Donald Trump this past week ratcheted up racist rhetoric against four Democratic women of color, culminating in chants of "send her back" directed at Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) during a Trump rally on Wednesday night.
Jennifer Horn, the former chairwoman of the New Hampshire Republican Party, has written an editorial for USA Today in which she laments the fact that the entire Republican Party has been transformed by Trump into a "racist, nationalist movement" that she believes is tearing the country apart.
Trump spewed a firehose of Orwellian lies after his racist outburst — and the media timidly bought into it
With plodding predictability, we're now supposed to believe that Donald Trump is unhappy with racist chants by his followers and true believers. And that's after he spent the better part of the past week defending and doubling down on his use of a classic white supremacist demand that people of color should "go back" to wherever their ancestors came from.