Mark Roberts, an Oregon congressional candidate, is a game room for a derogatory tweet he published about the first lady, Melania Trump.
A Oregon congressional candidate, is under heavy criticism after he published a “disgrace” tweet about the first wife Melania Trump.
In response to another tweet, the comparison of the quantity of staff Trump a job as the first lady in the comparison with Michelle Obama, Mark Roberts, the First Lady is working as an independent, she asked, “did you Know that by the hour?” It contained two vulgar hashtags.
Mark Roberts, an Oregon congressional candidate, tweeted, “did you Know that the First Lady is working by the hour?”
When another Twitter user pointed out, had Trump, successfully the Daily Mail sued for a story on unsubstantiated rumors about the first lady, he used a vulgar term.
I invite you to sue that hosebag, me.
— Mark Roberts (@RobertsforCD2) 30. July 2018
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House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., the first tweet by Twitter founder Jack marked Dorsey and claimed that Roberts was “banned” from the social media site.
.@jack, this attack on @FLOTUS is a disgrace. Comments like this have no business on any platform. This account should be banned as soon as possible. https://t.co/sIGO4ggeAM
— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) To July 31, 2018
“This attack on [the woman] is scandalous. Comments like this are tweeted no business on any platform,” McCarthy. “This account will be banned should as soon as possible.”
Roberts, who calls himself an “independent conservative” incumbent, Rep. Greg Walden, a Republican, and Jamie McLeod-Skinner, a Democrat, in Oregon’s 2nd congressional district.
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On his campaign website, Roberts claims that he lose not challenge Walden in the Republican primary, he probably would.” He is also issued a “not a big fan of the exclusivity and intolerance, by the current Republican party.”
Roberts that he was “not a fan of the trump administration”, but added that he would redeem the I “, to find the values and opportunities are,” especially when it comes to conservation and forestry efforts.
Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.