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Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) channels Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper in a press availability with reporters.

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  1. elitesgoh reblogged this from xfrap
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  4. johnnygoldwater reblogged this from toddzwillich and added:
    So, Harry Reid’s idea of "shooting down" a reporter is using the words “clown" and “bro." Glad to see Nevada is such a...
  5. gpoole14 reblogged this from pitchersandpoets
  6. azulskies reblogged this from toddzwillich and added:
    love it
  7. senjukannon reblogged this from joegressivism and added:
    Senator Reid’s one of those individuals that make me proud of my state. Not that I need any help with that. I like the...
  8. motherjones reblogged this from toddzwillich and added:
    Aaaaaand that’s how a meme dies, bro.
  9. joegressivism reblogged this from toddzwillich and added:
    "That’s a clown question, bro"
  10. acrossthemusic reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    I didn’t know Harry Reid was a bro.
  11. eliheitin reblogged this from toddzwillich
  12. internetics reblogged this from toddzwillich and added:
    Clownin’.
  13. spoooooots reblogged this from pitchersandpoets
  14. willnelligan reblogged this from toddzwillich and added:
    Hahaha. All the time I’ve spent convincing people that Senator Reid has a sense of humor finally pays off…
  15. pitchersandpoets reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Mitch McConnell would never do this.
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  19. ngjennings reblogged this from toddzwillich and added:
    Harry Reid wins the internet today.
  20. thomasrjackson reblogged this from toddzwillich and added:
    Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) channels Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper in a press availability with reporters.
  21. desajeitosa reblogged this from theatlantic