“…listen, I’m a Mizzou educated lawyer, but I can keep up. [laughter] And I know what the word shall means in the law. Now I know he went to Yale, I think, or Harvard, one of those, one of those fancy ones. Um, I think they taught him the same thing, shall is shall…” – Senator Claire McCaskill (D) on Josh Hawley (r) – August 17, 2017
Josh Hawley (r) is not very good at this social media voter engagement thing.
“…@clairecmc – I set up a flatbed truck that we can take anywhere across the state. I’ll take it to any courthouse – or if necessary to any airport tarmac to meet your plane. You name the time & the place. #MOSen…”
“…@clairecmc – I’ll be in Blue Springs tomorrow at 1 p.m. with my flatbed truck. Let’s debate. #MOSen…”
He didn’t tell anyone exactly where. How convenient.
Uh, he wrote, “You name the time & the place…” Which is it? Claire chooses or he chooses?
Early this evening, from Senator Claire McCaskill (D):
Claire McCaskill @clairecmc
Note to Yale law grad: the thing you are standing on is a trailer. The picture below it is a flatbed truck. See you at our first debate!
5:43 PM – 8 Aug 2018
These kinds of things are usually called ten to fifteen seconds into the first round.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) and Josh Hawley (r) (August 8, 2018)
Be afraid, be very afraid (August 8, 2018)