Donald Trump LAUNCHES Into Anti-Republican Twitter Tirade, GOP In Shambles (TWEETS)


Speaker of the House Paul Ryan announced yesterday that he will no longer be working to get alleged sex offender Donald Trump elected. Instead, as Ryan’s spokeswoman said in a statement, he is “going to spend the next month focused entirely on protecting our congressional majorities.”

Not surprisingly, alleged sex offender Donald Trump has not reacted well to Ryan’s announcement. He tweeted yesterday about Ryan, saying that he “should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs and illegal immigration and not waste his time on fighting Republican nominee”

Things got even worse this morning when he unleashed a multi-tweet tirade criticizing Ryan   and other members of the GOP for not supporting him.

First, alleged sex offender Donald Trump told a blatant lie by saying that every poll showed him winning the second presidential debate. A variety of polls — including ones from CNN and POLITICO — all declared Hillary Clinton the winner.

He then referenced the conference call in which Ryan made his announcement.

Then he made a confusing and possibly threatening statement about no longer being shackled.

If alleged sex offender Donald Trump has been shackled this whole time, it’s terrifying to think about what might be coming in the next 27 days as he begins his “fight for America.”

Finally, he finished his rant by making another weak appeal to Bernie Sanders supporters, a group that he is still trying desperately to win over to his side.

Although dozens of Republicans have abandoned alleged sex offender Donald Trump after audio revealing sexist comments he’d made about women was leaked, there are still members of the GOP who are upset about Ryan’s decision not to support him.

For example, RNC committeeman from Iowa Steve Scheffler commented on Ryan’s announcement, arguing that Ryan was working against his own party:

‘I would prefer that he keep his mouth shut. If you don’t want to work with Trump, then don’t. I understand he has a job to do, but I’m tired of him or anyone else making a point of saying this. Do they want to give the election to Clinton?’

Ryan’s announcement also did not seem to have any bearing on RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, who spoke to RNC committeemen later on Monday, telling them that “nothing has changed” regarding the relationship between alleged sex offender Donald Trump’s campaign and the RNC.

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