@ReutersPolitics @oliverdarcy That it even needs to be said is still, somehow, astonishing.
— Matt H. (@MJHMKE) June 7, 2016
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is taking a stand against Trump. And it’s bold. So very, very bold:
BREAKING: U.S. Senate Republican leader McConnell says it's time for Trump to stop attacking various minority groups
— Reuters Politics (@ReutersPolitics) June 7, 2016
.@SenateMajLdr Mitch McConnell to @realDonaldTrump: "Get on message" pic.twitter.com/4UVKYs1jVg
— POLITICO (@politico) June 7, 2016
Needless to say, few are impressed with McConnell’s lackluster attempt at showing he has some semblance of a spine.
@ReutersPolitics It only took over a year to reach this decision I guess
— Joe Boo (@jyboo77) June 7, 2016
You see because *now* it’s a problem. All that other stuff was tolerable, apparently. https://t.co/9B8Cz6Z6Wi
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) June 7, 2016
@ReutersPolitics Oh. NOW, it's time.
— Tim Lemke (@TimLemkeTweets) June 7, 2016
@ReutersPolitics NOW it's time to stop?! It's never been ok and he's been doing it for months.
— Mike (@Foti925) June 7, 2016
Because it wasn't the time before. https://t.co/hLiYRCbxQZ
— Michael C Moynihan (@mcmoynihan) June 7, 2016
.@ReutersPolitics Because there was once a time when it was okay, McConnell? When was that, McConnell? When was That?
— Joseph Palmer (@Joseph_Palmer) June 7, 2016
. @ReutersPolitics hmmm, an even better time to stop would have been … before he started!
— Tim Johnson (@Timpressive) June 7, 2016
@ReutersPolitics okkkkkk, now it's time?NOW it's time ?
— Sam H (@AKATheMaskedMan) June 7, 2016
@ReutersPolitics @robertloerzel #DOH Does that mean it was OK up until now?
— Jeff Mayes (@midnightdog) June 7, 2016
@ReutersPolitics oh I didn't realize it was that time already. The end of attacking various minority groups season always sneaks up on me
— Jeremy Thomas (@hey_itsthatguy) June 7, 2016
Happens to the best of us!
hysterical demagoguery about mexicans is trump’s message! literally, it was his first message! https://t.co/TmvwALTvzT
— Derek Thompson (@DKThomp) June 7, 2016
@politico @SenateMajLdr @realDonaldTrump He is on message. That's the problem.
— 4-Time #1 Defense (@SEAMarinerd) June 7, 2016
@politico @SenateMajLdr @realDonaldTrump Yo, Mitch. When Trump is saying stupid-awful-ignorant things, he IS on message.
— (((Eli Green))) (@E_Verde_EMT) June 7, 2016
@politico @SenateMajLd That's the problem, Mitch. He is on message.
— Mason Masters (@Kelgraydon) June 7, 2016
He is “on message,” Mitch. This is his message. This is who he is. https://t.co/x1KKtOp9gG
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) June 7, 2016
MCONNELL SCOLDS MAN HE TRUSTS TO RESHAPE NATION'S HIGHEST COURT
Oh. Okay, then. https://t.co/nNk6GQwxwt
— Greg Greene (@ggreeneva) June 7, 2016
Or? Maybe it's me but this seems like the sort of thing you shouldn't have to tell someone running for President https://t.co/VKh2StmJSn
— Drew McCoy (@_Drew_McCoy_) June 7, 2016
@ReutersPolitics if the GOP nominee for President has to be told to do that I don't see it stopping. This is who Trump is.
— Matt Heckmer (@mheckmer) June 7, 2016
@ReutersPolitics Good luck with that Mitch.
— Linda (@LovesMaine) June 7, 2016
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