Sen. Claire McCaskill’s days in the U.S. Senate are numbered, and she’s leaving with some ironic animosity towards Majority Leader Mitch McConnell:
So sad that our dinner to say good bye to Senators that are leaving is not bipartisan. If we can’t be together to even recognize those who are leaving, what hope is there for this place? Why didn’t it happen? 2 words. Mitch McConnell
— Claire McCaskill (@clairecmc) December 6, 2018
Such a partisan tone for a tweet calling for bipartisanship:
That thing where you debunk your own argument in the same tweet https://t.co/kav7ekbwF6
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) December 6, 2018
"We'd be bipartisan if it weren't for those filthy Republicans" https://t.co/DckWamXWKV
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) December 6, 2018
“These asshole Republicans are killing bipartisanship” https://t.co/Anm8TTvVPF
— John Ekdahl (@JohnEkdahl) December 6, 2018
Oh, and speaking of bipartisanship:
McConnell oversaw the Kavanaugh confirmation vote, which was officially more bipartisan than Obamacare. https://t.co/f07lZvKIy2
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) December 6, 2018
Fact check: TRUE.
COCAINE MITCH IS UNSTOPPABLE
NOW YOU KNOW
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) December 6, 2018
And he’s living rent-free in their heads.
This is false. Democrats have been holding separate caucus dinners for their retiring members for more than a decade–years before Sen. McConnell became Majority Leader. https://t.co/llc9S7Olk1
— STEW ??? ⚾️ (@StewSays) December 6, 2018
McCaskill lost her bid for re-election to Republican Josh Hawley last month.
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