It seems like one of those days when only a twitterific “Quick Takes” will do.
Did you hear that Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of playing the “woman card?”
https://t.co/6Prkac0TrI https://t.co/wD5bbyER2T pic.twitter.com/ol5gyB5kw2
— Cathy (@cp2austin) April 27, 2016
If Donald Trump were a man, I don’t think he’d insult women so often. https://t.co/7rwwlcox3b
— Josh Greenman (@joshgreenman) April 27, 2016
The absurd notion of cards—race cards, woman cards—is meant only to silence black people and women.
— TourÃ© (@Toure) April 27, 2016
Next, Trump gave a speech on foreign policy.
Trump just called for an “unpredictable” US foreign policy. Really. He’s 100-1 against to win the general. But that 1% chance is horrifying.
— Dan Murphy (@bungdan) April 27, 2016
To say this Trump foreign policy speech is light on specifics is an insult to specifics.
— Chris Cillizza (@TheFix) April 27, 2016
Not sure who is advising Trump on foreign policy but I can understand why he’s not revealing their names.
— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) April 27, 2016
Then, Ted Cruz (the man who will never be president) decided that today was a good day to announce a running mate.
If Carly Fiorina is the more relatable side of your ticket, then you’re probably in trouble.
— Ben Greenman (@bengreenman) April 27, 2016
Brilliant move by Cruz. Probably brings both of Carly’s supporters into his camp
— Norman Ornstein (@NormOrnstein) April 27, 2016
Your VP pick is supposed to HELP you.#MemosTedCruzDidntGet
— Nefarious Newt (@NefariousNewt) April 27, 2016
Yes…this really happened.
VINE: American Idol meets American politics https://t.co/DtewxqicKk
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) April 27, 2016
Finally, Greg wraps it all up.
What the heck, I mean, what…the..heck…between Trump foreign policy speech and now Carly singing…you know, wtf
— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) April 27, 2016