David Plouffe, a former top adviser to President Barack Obama, used his Twitter account on Monday to mock the Republican National Committee's demand that NBC and CNN yank their planned productions on Hillary Clinton or risk losing partnerships for the GOP's 2016 presidential debates.
Since leaving his post at the White House, Plouffe has emerged as an aggressive tweeter. He took to the popular social network in March to poke fun at Gallup, the polling organization that produced dubious results during the 2012 campaign. In June, Plouffe took a pointed shot at House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA), who called White House press secretary Jay Carney a "paid liar."
Plouffe, Obama's 2008 campaign manager, joined Bloomberg television in April as a contributor and adviser.