Evan McMullin's Response to an Attack by Trump is Perfect

OH, this is good!

Donald Trump is counting on the news of the FBI reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails to be his saving grace moment. Former CIA officer, Evan McMullin, may be the fly in the ointment, however.

McMullin has made a strong showing in the very conservative state of Utah, leading in some polls, and holding a close second to Trump in others.

Trump and his VP pick, Mike Pence, appeared on Fox News to discuss the state of the race.

“I love the people of Utah. I have great relationships in Utah. Now if for some reason we lose Utah, that could have a very devastating impact on the overall,” Trump said alongside his running mate Mike Pence during an interview with Fox News’s Bret Baier.

“If they go enough for this character that’s running all over the state, and we lose the state of Utah, that’s devastating,” the GOP presidential nominee continued, pointing to the Supreme Court vacancy and vowing to nominate conservative judges to the high court.

Also reverting back to his typical, nasty, abusive nature, Trump went after the Weekly Standard’s editor, Bill Kristol, as well.

Trump knocked McMullin while going after Bill Kristol, the editor of the conservative Weekly Standard magazine and a vocal opponent of his candidacy. Trump called Kristol a “loser” during the Fox interview, saying “he’s called the wars wrong” and “he’s called everything wrong.”

“He gets his puppet to go and run in Utah. The guy takes votes away from me. You know, we’re going to win Utah,” Trump said, according to multiple reports.

So McMullin is a puppet.

Ok. Sure.

But he’s got your number, doesn’t he, Donnie?

In fact, McMullin’s Twitter response to Trump’s fuming was perfect.

OUCH! That’ll leave a mark.

With McMullin very likely to win Utah, and chances looking promising in Idaho and Wyoming, as well, we may see an electoral college block, and one that will give the House the opportunity to right the horrible wrong forced on our nation by the Idiocracy.

It’s a long shot, but at this point, what do we have to lose?