How the GOP is fighting back against President Trump’s latest tweet: The best way to get ‘cotton candy’ back

Cotton candy is a staple in many families, and for good reason: It’s a great way to add color to an otherwise bland diet.

But the GOP has been trying to take advantage of this trend by taking away its use, and its use of the word “cotton,” from its food.

Trump’s tweet today was part of a series of attacks on President Trump and his policies, and it could be the beginning of a new wave of attacks against the GOP.

The Republican party has been fighting back, as it has since January.

While there’s a good chance Trump’s attacks on the GOP will continue, Republicans should be ready to respond.

Republicans should continue to focus on repealing Obamacare and protecting the middle class, instead of targeting the president.

They should take on the Trump administration’s efforts to gut the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and instead focus on protecting the safety net.

Republicans can win back the support of their base by focusing on jobs and the economy.

If Trump loses the presidency, Republicans need to focus their energy on getting the economy moving again.

Republicans need a strong agenda that includes fixing the Affordable Care Act and reforming the tax code, and that includes rebuilding the infrastructure.

Republicans must stop Trump’s attempt to rewrite the Constitution, and use their legislative majorities to pass a balanced, pro-growth budget and tax reform.

And Republicans should use their majority in the Senate to pass legislation that creates millions of new jobs, supports our military, and provides a strong safety net for the middle classes.

Republicans have been fighting against Trump since January, but they still have a lot to gain if they want to win back his support.