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McConnell allies have criticized Trump for at times undermining the GOP's messaging strategy during the healthcare debate, and last week McConnell told constituents that the president had "excessive expectations" about how fast things can get done in Congress.
Furthermore, Trump once again slammed the mainstream media, this time for not covering his statements on Charlottesville violence fairly.
Politico reported, citing an unnamed source familiar with the call, that Trump told Tillis that he was unhappy with the bill the senator co-sponsored with Sen.
" is a principled legislator & always does what's right for the people of #AZ", McCain tweeted shortly after Trump's criticism.
He wrote that Trump's "seeming affection for strongmen and authoritarians" has created "a cognitive dissonance among my generations of conservatives".
The other half of Mr. Trump's backers are what Salvanto calls "conditional supporters". "I will never stop - one vote", Mr Trump said.
Earlier in the week, it was Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) on August 7. At an event in Louisville Monday, McConnell said there is "zero chance" Congress will allow the country to default on its debt.
"For the sake of our nation - as our president - please fix this", Graham pleaded. In the era of Trump, elected Republicans now see white supremacists as a constituency. Why would a Republican president attack one of his party's most vulnerable incumbents at time when the GOP holds such a narrow majority that it can not pass legislation to repeal and replace "Obamacare" - or much of anything else?
But what's also clear is that if Trump continues to provoke Republicans - like he has by suggesting he could support an opponent to Flake in his Senate GOP primary - that will put him firmly at odds with McConnell.
"It's OK to be critical of your party leader and your president, but I think there's a protocol and an etiquette that he has forgotten, especially for somebody who is so sensitive as Sen".
In recent weeks, the president has had tough words for and taken sometimes thinly veiled shots at Arizona's two Republican senators: John McCain and Jeff Flake.
This so-called president and his administration are a disgrace.
Unlike Schatz, however, I don't think it's too soon to fret about long-run consequences - for civilian institutions and military ones - of looking to an unelected officer corps as guarantors of political stability and upholders of national values. "If the President pursues this path, against the wishes of both Republicans and Democrats, as well as the majority of the American people", Schumer said in a terse statement, "he will be heading towards a government shutdown which nobody will like and which won't accomplish anything".
Sen. Susan Collins of ME told MSNBC that it is "too hard to say" whether Trump will be the nominee. The effort is spooking Democrats and Obamacare protectors alike, with a former Obama administration official responsible for overseeing Obamacare saying it represents the biggest threat yet to Obamacare.
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