"I am not the author of the New York Times OpEd," the secretary of Energy tweeted (no, he is a cabinet member, swear), "nor do I agree with its characterizations. Hiding behind anonymity and smearing the President of the United States does not make you an 'unsung hero', it makes you a coward, unworthy of serving this Nation."
The response came quicker than the end to either of Perry's presidential campaigns.
Oh, sweetie -— Jeanne Miller (@JeanneMillerPV) September 6, 2018
Nobody thought you capable of this. Literally not a single person.
Already sure it wasn't you for 3 reasons: 1. You're not interested in protecting the country 2. The vocabulary used was considerably larger than yours 3) Oops.— Dale Houston (@wdalehouston) September 6, 2018
You're still here?!— lawless101X (@lawless999) September 6, 2018
As if you could string two sentences together. I doubt you wrote this tweet.— Deborah Taylor (@shackle52) September 6, 2018
Aren’t you missing dance class?— Mimi LeRoche (@MimiLeroch) September 6, 2018