Charles M. Blow
A New York Times columnist and GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney trade testy tweets.

During last Wednesday's GOP Presidential debate, New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow tweeted a joke about Romney's "magic underwear," referring to the temple garments worn by some Mormons. This launched a wave of criticism that, even after Blow's apology, shows little sign of subsiding.

Here's a timeline of the Twitter response:

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