Media should probably never again publish a tweet like this … unless they want the replies that are inevitable.
CNN’s Brian Stelter did.
The presidential election was 18 months ago today. Where were you?
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) May 8, 2018
Laughing hysterically https://t.co/xGg8PZw2Va
— Jesse Kelly® (@JesseKellyDC) May 8, 2018
Watching the media melt down while I drank a dry red as state by state gave Trump a win. https://t.co/o3TRUnVojX
— Rachael (@Miss_Wisconsin) May 8, 2018
Partying my ass off to the greatest day in our country's history. How bout you? https://t.co/5PY3Gih4ZH
— Nicky J Bell (@Nbell3) May 8, 2018
Having a cup of coffee, and truly enjoying the news that Hillary lost. https://t.co/Lyi8JLbXIg
— A.C. Spollen (@ACSpollen) May 8, 2018
Collecting on my bets. https://t.co/Xq8CoUjGhv
— Julie Kelly (@julie_kelly2) May 8, 2018
On the couch laughing at CNN's response. It will go down in the Top 10 most enjoyed evenings in
my life. You guys only had one job to do and you failed miserably. https://t.co/hAPPvzCqoJ
— Knot in the Wood (@stl_cty) May 8, 2018
And things got personal.
Watching you have a melt down. https://t.co/y30XMwYe1z
— ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ (@swoletexan) May 8, 2018
— Chris Crowder ?? Redwave (@chris422016) May 8, 2018
— IM4USA (@chrisbennett678) May 8, 2018
Stelter should know better than to ask about the 2016 presidential election. Trump supporters will pounce on it, and Hillary supporters still don’t want to talk about it.