How attorney Eli McCann brought bipartisan outrage to Washington.

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    Senators on both sides of the aisle are coming together after a writer noted a potentially mortifying factoid about the classic 1980s series.

    “All of the actors from ‘Friends’ are now older than the youngest ‘Golden Girl’ was in that show’s first season,” Eli McCann, an attorney and host of a podcast called “Strangerville,” wrote in a tweet over the weekend.

    “Have a nice day,” McCann wrote to his more than 28,000 Twitter followers."

    Yes its true. The youngest of the Golden Girls was Rue McClanihan was 51 when that series debuted. The “Friends” actors include Matthew Perry, 53, Jennifer Aniston, 53, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer, 55, Courteney Cox, 58, and Lisa Kudrow, 59.

    Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) replied that the news “ruined” his day.

    “Thanks for nothing,” the 49-year-old said, later tweeting that he was “embarrassed” that he “spent so much of my morning doing poor Golden Girls age math.”

    Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) appeared to share in his Senate colleague’s outrage.

    “This is the most horrible thing I’ve read in years,” Cruz, 51, wrote on Twitter.
    McCann credited himself with uniting a fractured Congress.

    “Look. I unified the Senate,” McCann quipped. “Now I’m president.”
     

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