This is the most accurate thing written about the 2016 election so far. https://t.co/KFswHEmjb2
— Brian Sasser (@ProducerSass) May 12, 2016
Donald Trump and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, joined by the RNC’s Reince Priebus, met today to try and address their differences. In a joint statement released after the meeting, Trump and Ryan said they took a “very positive step toward unification.”
National Review’s Jim Geraghty sees it as a movie:
Trump & Ryan are those guys who can't stand each other who get handcuffed together, and have to spend the rest of the movie cooperating.
— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) May 12, 2016
There’s a script starter for you, Hollywood!
This is my favorite description so far of the Ryan/Trump dynamic. https://t.co/VqF7F7yWeX
— McKay Coppins (@mckaycoppins) May 12, 2016
— steverempe (@steverempe) May 12, 2016
— ن Mikey Ramone ن (@ThePantau) May 12, 2016
— Mark (@analogkid2112) May 12, 2016
@jimgeraghty That's not how Congress and POTUS are supposed to work.
— H.P. (@tuesdayreviews) May 12, 2016
Great description of not just Trump and Ryan, but Trump and GOP in general. https://t.co/MWR5ufDWrs
— Aisha (@aishaali) May 12, 2016
Those two, or — based on yesterday — Trump and Warren. ? https://t.co/hZwlxcRE2q
— Mike Dury (@MikeDury) May 12, 2016
@jimgeraghty I hate this tweet. :/ Wait…no. I hate this election.
— Colonel (@laurakfillault) May 12, 2016