First, Donald Trump capped off his Super Tuesday victory speech with a not-very-veiled threat against Paul Ryan, that if Ryan did not get along with him, "he would pay a heavy price." Trump apparently isn't done making mob-style threats against members of a co-equal branch of government to the Presidency, because after hearing that John McCain echoed Mitt Romney's criticisms of him, Trump had this to say:
Trump: I didn't know that he [McCain].. he better, you know, I'm sure that...
REPORTER: He said that he agreed with what Romney said.
Trump: Oh, he did? Well, that's not nice. So he has to be very careful. Uh...
Trump: He'll find out.
I take a backseat to no one in terms of criticizing John McCain but this is absolutely ridiculous. Donald Trump is a menace to Democracy and must not be allowed near the White House, at any cost.