Late-night hosts 'liked' Ted Cruz's NSFW Twitter mishap

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"Now our fans can check out the same video a presidential nominee, and current senator, watched in its entirety", a Reality Kings spokesman said, clearly not buying into Cruz's excuse. "He's a family values guy", Kimmel joked.

The video is still going strong, approaching 2-million views and giving a nice boost to the site's traffic, as late night TV hosts, including Jimmy Kimmel, kept the buzz on Tuesday evening. Just think: "If only he did something this perverted during the campaign, he might be president now".

How did the explicit Twitter message end up with a like from Cruz? The senator once again stated on the record that "it was not me and it will not happen again", when asked if he could say definitively that he had not personally liked the obscene tweet.

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"It appears that someone inadvertently hit the like button", he said.

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"Everyone watches porn alright? This is who I am'". "'Staffing issue' sounds suspicious".

"I honestly don't think it was Ted Cruz".

"It's an opportunity for knuckleheads in the media to claim, 'Oh isn't this ironic that Cruz wants to ban these things.' People ought to be able to do what they want in their own bedrooms", he said.

Recent reports suggest that the correct answer in the Cruz case is [b]: SC Magazine, for example, describes it as a "a non-malicious mistake made by a staffer".

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