Trump unleashes angry tweetstorm against 'disloyal' GOP

Donald Trump.
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Donald Trump is not pleased with Paul Ryan, it seems, after the House Speaker and ranking Republican in America said Monday he would no longer actively support Trump's quest for the White House. Trump, of course, called Ryan out via one tweet Monday — but apparently that just wasn't enough, because on Tuesday, Trump's official Twitter account fired off tweet after tweet slamming "weak and ineffective" Ryan and the Republican Party for the lack of support.

First, there was this ominous tweet:

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Then — with the shackles off — Trump praised Democrats for their party loyalty, while dinging his party's lack thereof:

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And then, Trump went so far as to suggest "disloyal" members of his own party were harder to deal with than his opponent:

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Welcome to the era of Trump, unshackled.

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