Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers (D) unveiled a holiday tree in the state Capitol last week, and his predecessor threw a fit over it.
In 2011, during his first year as governor, Walker reversed a quarter-century tradition when he changed the name from “holiday tree” to “Christmas tree,” The Associated Press reported. Evers not only changed it back, but he also gave it a science theme, asking kids around the state to submit ornaments on the subject.
That’s when his GOP rivals pounced.
But Walker had the biggest reaction, firing off multiple tweets, including these:
Twitter users were quick to respond with some holiday jeer:
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