Rick Tyler, former spokesman for Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Republican, said that "people are detained and questioned all the time," and asked why the same protesters have failed to agitate for civil rights violations committed in the seven Muslim-majority countries named in the temporary ban.
"Make no errors, do no harm," said Republican strategist Rick Tyler, who worked for Trump's primary rival Sen. Ted Cruz. "(Trump) has no ability to make good news about himself. Like none. So why not just let him go?"