[Ed. – Considering how gracious Democrats have been over the past three years, the very least the Republicans could have done was to send flowers.]
Republicans wasted little time hitting the Democrats over the problems plaguing the results from the Iowa caucuses. With results delayed as state party officials worked to straighten out “inconsistencies,” the Trump campaign issued a statement calling the situation “the sloppiest train wreck in history.”
Mark Meadows, a conservative congressman from North Carolina, hinted the problems were a sign that voters shouldn’t trust Democrats to govern. “Folks – this is the party that wants to run your healthcare, control your employment, decide what kind of car you can drive, and more,” Meadows tweeted.
Senator Ted Cruz, a Republican from Texas, took aim with a tweet that said simply, “Cluster.”
Voting in Iowa got underway at 8 p.m. ET and typically early results would have begun rolling in after an hour or so, with final results a few hours later.