Area man unhelpful https://t.co/oatgJOeGV4
— Shoshana Weissmann (@senatorshoshana) September 12, 2016
After the weekend Hillary had, maybe her campaign should have issued a memo temporarily suspending this approach:
Tim Kaine "ready to become the president" if that ever became necessary, ex-Ohio Gov Ted Strickland says in intro at Dayton Stivers High
— Darrel Rowland (@darreldrowland) September 12, 2016
When Clinton named Kaine as her running-mate she said he was fully qualified to be president, but the timing struck many as not the best.
Probably not the talking point you want from a surrogate the day after a health scare from your candidate… https://t.co/GnSdmmfGrz
— Kameron Dodge (@k_dodger) September 12, 2016
— Duane Simpson (@duanejsimpson) September 12, 2016
You wouldn’t think so.
An interesting day to be stressing this message. https://t.co/8PTScjr09M
— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) September 12, 2016
Good time to bring that up, Teddy boy https://t.co/QGoq85uq4z
— Logan Dobson (@LoganDobson) September 12, 2016
This line is not on the surrogates' talking points list https://t.co/eV7CHyYo4L
— Gabriel Debenedetti (@gdebenedetti) September 12, 2016
— 365conservative (@365conservative) September 12, 2016
Robby Mook’s head just exploded https://t.co/f33VayaecQ
— Ben Dreyfuss (@bendreyfuss) September 12, 2016
Is this the official campaign line? https://t.co/f1jgFs84ae
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) September 12, 2016
@darreldrowland that's weird. I have been informed that she is in perfect health. Why would this statement even need to be uttered?
— Hoosier Roguery (@hoosierchicago) September 12, 2016
@darreldrowland For some reason I don't think the Clinton campaign sees that as helping.
— Dan (@danieltroy) September 12, 2016
@darreldrowland Tim Kaine's latest campaign slogan–> "Just In Case"
— HeisenbergHattie (@HBergHattie) September 12, 2016