Who says the Grand Old Party has no sense of humor?
To listen to the Republican presidential campaign rhetoric — especially that coming from front-runner Donald Trump — you might walk away believing that the candidates’ primary enemy is one another.
But you’d be wrong.
In order to log into the Wi-Fi at Tuesday’s Republican presidential debate, hosted by Fox Business Network and The Wall Street Journal, the password to enter is “StopHillary.”
Rick Tyler, the national spokesman for the Ted Cruz presidential campaign, tweeted:
Password every member of the media will have to type to get WiFi access at the Milwaukee debate. pic.twitter.com/zUr8dt38MM
— Rick Tyler (@rickwtyler) November 9, 2015
And folks loved it!
@rickwtyler That is IRL trolling of the first magnitude. Most impressive.
— Hauser Klenck (@howzitmann) November 9, 2015
@rickwtyler Troll Level: MaximumUberPriebus
— God’s Comic Relief (@Crapplefratz) November 9, 2015
@rickwtyler I can imagine most ‘Journalists’ logging in with a silent prayer ‘Forgive me O Queen, for I have sinned w/blasphemous password’!
— EverydayWoman (@FedUpAmerican5) November 9, 2015
Never let it be said that the GOP’s eye isn’t firmly on the ultimate goal — to usher a Republican into the White House in 2016 — and steamroll over Clinton to do it.
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