Senators 'look like fools,' Trump tweets


Photographs by AP/The Baltimore Sun/MATTHEW COLE

People in Annapolis, Md., listen to speakers Saturday during the Annapolis Rally for Healthcare at Lawyer’s Mall.

A day after a yearslong effort to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act collapsed on Capitol Hill, President Donald Trump castigated Republican senators for their inability to pass legislation.


Kati McFarland of Springdale speaks Saturday during a health care rally at the state Capitol in Little Rock. Rallies were hel... + Enlarge

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TimberTopper says...

Well at least they only look like fools LOL! This from the head fool himself.

Posted 30 July 2017, 5:50 a.m. Suggest removal

RBear says...

Yes, this is how you get your agenda passed. Hardly. Talking with a friend here in D.C. last night, we were discussing the problems with Trump passing anything of significance through Congress. We both agreed that Trump's manner of dealing with government is problematic and that he tries to view D.C. as Trump Tower. The more he dictates to Congress and the courts, the less he'll get passed.
Our founders designed the republic in such a way no one single branch holds the power. Trump's desire to change the rules of the Senate are an encroachment on their ability to debate and govern. He just doesn't get how the republic works and neither do many of his followers, including several in here.
While Trump likes to lay out these bizarre scenarios of government such as Democrats rescinding the filibuster rule, during the entire time they were in power in the Senate not once did that come up other than to get judges confirmed because of Republican blocks.

Posted 30 July 2017, 6:19 a.m. Suggest removal

hah406 says...

Without a doubt, history will show that the big orange idiot is the worst POTUS in history. He has no idea how our republic works, and thinks of himself as a king rather than the head of one part of three co-equal branches of government. It really is time to invoke the 25th amendment.

Posted 30 July 2017, 7:40 a.m. Suggest removal

wildblueyonder says...

Especially so, three of them, McCain, Collins, and Murkowski.

Posted 30 July 2017, 3:38 p.m. Suggest removal

carpenterretired says...

Well that's Trump, after all the effort and time by Cotton,Boozman behind Trump kissing, he calls them fools (true Trump voters/supporters are fools). When Collins got off plane in Maine airport crowd cheered ,she,McCain , Murkowski were decent human beings who did the right thing ,but Cotton,Boozman tried to take health care away from 400,000 working poor ,sick ,preexisting ,Arkansans and close rural hospitals /ERs may they have just judgement on judgement day.

Posted 30 July 2017, 6:44 p.m. Suggest removal

mrcharles says...

The white house reminds me of the old doors song, The End.

Posted 30 July 2017, 7:30 p.m. Suggest removal

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