Booker tweaks Rand Paul on 'Festivus'
Sen. Cory Booker, responding to Sen. Rand Paul’s Festivus tweets, has a complaint of his own: Lose the curls.
The New Jersey Democrat took to Twitter late Tuesday after Paul returned to the social media platform earlier in the day, ending another year with his Festivus tweets. Festivus, a joke holiday during which grievances are aired, was introduced in a 1997 episode of “Seinfeld.” Paul (R-Ky.) complained about partisan gridlock and government spending and even sparked some 2016 intrigue.
Paul also called out his friend Booker.
Well, Booker was listening this year (along with many others), and the New Jersey Democrat aired a few tweets of his own. Booker, who has worked with Paul on pushing for legislation on criminal justice reform, echoed the Republican’s call for bipartisanship.
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