Two Republican congressmen from suburban districts who will not be returning have begun aggressively criticizing President Donald Trump on Twitter.
Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) lost his seat to a Democrat on Tuesday and has since had harsh words for the president on climate change and on his analysis of suburban districts.
Actually they’re being caused at least in part by this thing called #ClimateChange. Remember I told you about how i… https://t.co/I22bp2foma— Carlos Curbelo (@Carlos Curbelo)1541872238.0
So yesterday @realDonaldTrump stated that had I been more aligned with him, I may have won. Let’s check. I lost… https://t.co/gvMW0V7IM4— Carlos Curbelo (@Carlos Curbelo)1541684306.0
Ryan Costello represents a suburban Philadelphia district and decided not to run for re-election. Since reacting to Trump's mocking of insufficiently loyal Republicans following the election, he's started telling the truth about ballot-counting, said he will support legislation to protect the special counsel and gleefully mocked a man fired for wearing a Confederate shirt.
That’d be correctamundo https://t.co/pZUaFjB811— Ryan Costello (@Ryan Costello)1541806760.0
I hereby adopt Senator Collins statement https://t.co/Wt0DE677Hp— Ryan Costello (@Ryan Costello)1541796640.0
That’s a helluva good firing https://t.co/ug8yoVG1F7— Ryan Costello (@Ryan Costello)1541791085.0
Costello is also beefing with a local conservative radio show host who he accused of trolling him while drunk.
Local conservative radio host @ChrisStigall attacked me viciously for speaking my mind in an angry drunk tweet. The… https://t.co/jZV7Nk8U0I— Ryan Costello (@Ryan Costello)1541698207.0