Now that Republicans led by Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell have failed three times to repeal Obamacare, the biggest mistake they could make is to assume that President Trump will just drop the subject.
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To the people of America’s heartland who put Donald Trump in office, his speech to the UN General Assembly was a ray of clear, bright, beautiful sunshine – perhaps his best speech so far.
We are now coming to understand that President Trump sees himself first and foremost as the executive head of government.
How is President Trump’s perceived failure to condemn white nationalists by name different from President Obama’s blatant and clearly intentional refusal to condemn Black Lives Matter by name?
Imagine if you are an elite, coastal liberal living in a country whose president is Donald Trump. Imagine what you must be thinking – and more apt in the case of liberals – what you must be feeling.
In the real world, if you fumble on the order of magnitude that McConnell just did, you lose your job.
The Left and the media are going to try by all available means to either force Trump from office or derail his agenda.
President Trump’s speech in Poland was a ray of geopolitical sunshine after most of a decade of gloomy overcast.
For reasons that are becoming harder to understand with each passing week, the GOP majorities in both houses of Congress can’t bring themselves to act like the majority.
Donald Trump’s real opposition comes from Anderson Cooper, Joe Scarborough, Chuck Todd, George Stephanopoulus and the rest of the glittering galaxy of smug, condescending, self-satisfied elite media liberals.