Donald Trump trolls the morning away

Updated

Hours before an Iowa rally, Donald Trump spent his morning off trolling other 2016 candidates. 

The master of the 140-character burn hit five of his opponents in the Republican primary – Sen. Lindsey Graham, Gov. George Pataki, Gov. Jeb Bush, Sen. Marco Rubio, and Gov. Scott Walker – with both self-authored quips and retweets of his supporters.

After sending out a tweet going after Bush for advertising himself as “Jeb,” Trump picked up where he left off on Monday night slamming him with three tweets targeting the former Florida governor for his  controversial remarks on “anchor babies,” which Bush said was more about Asians than Latinos on Monday.

Next up, Trump targeted two more moderate Republicans who are struggling in the polls, New York’s Pataki and South Carolina’s Graham.

 

Graham and Trump have publicly feuded in the past – Trump even read aloud the South Carolina senator’s personal phone number at an event in the state – so he got a few more trolling tweets. 

 

The GOP front-runner also let his supporters throw some barbs too, retweeting a handful of attacks on various opponents to his 3.87 million followers.

 

 

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Donald Trump trolls the morning away

Updated