Corey Lewandowski (CNN/YouTube)
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, who drew outrage earlier this week for mocking a 10-year-old immigrant girl with Down syndrome, has just lost a potentially lucrative source of income.
CNN reports that Leading Authorities, Inc. -- which the network describes as "one of Washington DC's top speakers bureaus" -- has dumped Lewandowski from its roster after he reacted to the story about the immigrant girl's plight by saying, "Womp womp."
Given how disliked Lewandowski is, many Twitter users were quick to celebrate news that he had been ditched by Leading Authorities -- check out some responses below.
WOMP WOMP: Corey Lewandowski dropped by speakers bureau after dismissing story of 10 y/o reportedly separated from… https://t.co/XvsjMu9j4x— Oliver Darcy (@Oliver Darcy) 1529600408.0
@andylassner @CLewandowski_ Couldn't happen to a more deserving monster.— librarygirlone (@librarygirlone) 1529601078.0
@CNN Thoughts and prayers, etc.— Roger That ☕🐕 (@Roger That ☕🐕) 1529602153.0
@CNN Karma is a tough thing— jane (@jane) 1529602011.0
@CNN So I'm assuming this mean you won't pay him to appear on your network anymore?— Ryan Sersen (@Ryan Sersen) 1529601963.0