It didn’t take long for opposition MPs to condemn Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, after he was accused of elbowing NDP MP Ruth Ellen Brosseau in the chest and got into a yelling match with NDP Leader Tom Mulcair in the House of Commons.

Here’s a sample of what Conservative and New Democrat MPs are saying on Twitter about the incident that some have labelled ‘elbowgate.’

Potential Conservative leadership contender Jason Kenney called the incident “physical bullying” and suggested that former prime minister Stephen Harper wouldn’t have gotten away with it:

Kenney also made a joke: “I guess this is what the Liberals get for choosing a former bar bouncer as their Leader.”

And Kenney compared Liberal supporters who were defending the prime minister to Donald Trump’s supporters.

NDP MP Niki Ashton was close to Brosseau when the incident occurred. She called it “disgusting.”

Conservative MP Michelle Rempel defended Brosseau:

NDP MP Randall Garrison said he was shocked, deeming it “physical bullying by the prime minister.”

Former Conservative veterans minister Erin O’Toole said the prime minister should have risen above the melee.

Former Conservative minister Peter Kent called it “bizarre” and “outrageous.”

MP Lisa Raitt was not in the House of Commons when the incident occurred. “What the hell is going on?” she wrote: