George Conway Shreds Trump's Attack on Amash With Itemized Breakdown

Trump responded to Amash on Sunday in a pair of tweets mocking Amash as a "lightweight" and "a loser who sadly plays right into our opponents hands ". House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy , R-Calif., called Amash's comments "very disturbing", arguing that the lawmaker is "not a criminal attorney". Ronna McDaniel , the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee wrote on Twitter "it's sad to see".

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