In Arkansas on Friday, Sen. Mark Pryor held a press conference attacking his opponent, Rep. Tom Cotton, for his record on Medicare.

A placard at the podium promised that they would find Cotton's real record at

That website, however, didn't actually exist yet.

The Cotton campaign quickly jumped on the domain name, creating a redirect to Cotton's own campaign website.

That puts the Pryor campaign in an awkward position. Why was their boss speaking behind a placard promoting his opponent's own website?