Donald Trump hasn't tested the loyalty of his followers by shooting an innocent pedestrian on Fifth Avenue yet, but kudos to two prominent Trump boosters for being publicly disgusted by Mr. Trump's juvenile attacks on the pulchritude level of the very attractive and accomplished Heidi Cruz as compared to his own missus.   

The Weekly Standard has a report on comments by Newt Gingrich and Ann Coulter.  

Newt Gingrich:

"It has frankly weakened everything that Trump ought to be strengthening. It sent a signal to women that is negative at a time when his numbers with women are already bad. It sent a signal of instability to people who are beginning to say, okay, maybe I've got to get used to it, maybe I've got to rely on him, maybe he could be presidential."

Of Ms. Coulter, Jamie Weinstein reports:

A staunch and vociferous supporter of Trump's presidential candidacy, Coulter admitted she was disturbed by Trump's retweet of a picture suggesting Ted Cruz's wife is ugly, or at least not as beautiful his wife Melania, a former model.

"Our candidate is mental. Do you realize our candidate is mental?" Coulter said. "It's like constantly having to bail out your 16 year old son from prison."

And Coulter has added:

"I am a little testy with our man right now."

If Trump is the GOP nominee, he'll give the Democrats ammo for more of their "war on women" palaver–heretofore phony, but Trump seems genuinely to have problems with women of stature.