Trump’s Outreach to Congressional Democrats

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@Richva wrote:

I understand Trump is planning a sequel to his book. This one will be titled "The Art of the Kneel".

 

Trump is reaching out because the Republicans simply can't hold their noses about him anymore. He is stuck. 


He never was part of the Republican establishment. As an example, for eight years the Republicans talked about "repeal and replace" but when the time came, they crumbled.

 

He does not represent the Republican Party, he represents the people who heard his intentions and liked what they heard.

 

And, when you think about it, working with anyone that can help you accomplish your goals is certainly, "The Art of the Deal".


The majority of US Citizens recognize trump's action as "The Desperation of the Schlemiel"

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@Richva wrote:

I understand Trump is planning a sequel to his book. This one will be titled "The Art of the Kneel".

 

Trump is reaching out because the Republicans simply can't hold their noses about him anymore. He is stuck. 


He never was part of the Republican establishment. As an example, for eight years the Republicans talked about "repeal and replace" but when the time came, they crumbled.

 

He does not represent the Republican Party, he represents the people who heard his intentions and liked what they heard.

 

And, when you think about it, working with anyone that can help you accomplish your goals is certainly, "The Art of the Deal".

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I understand Trump is planning a sequel to his book. This one will be titled "The Art of the Kneel".

 

Trump is reaching out because the Republicans simply can't hold their noses about him anymore. He is stuck. 

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Most Voters Welcome Trump’s Outreach to Congressional Democrats

 

Despite their failure to advance President Trump’s agenda, congressional Republicans aren’t happy about his outreach to Democrats in the House and Senate, but most voters think it’s a great idea.

 

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 66% of Likely U.S. Voters say it is good for the country if Trump works with congressional Democrats to advance his agenda. Just 13% think the bipartisan cooperation is bad for the country, while 21% are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

 

Only 19% believe the president should continue to rely on congressional Republicans to pass his agenda. That’s down from 29% in early April. Sixty-five percent (65%) now feel he should reach out more to Democrats in Congress for help versus 58% who felt that way five months ago. Sixteen percent (16%) are not sure.

 

Republicans (72%) are even more enthusiastic about the president working with congressional Democrats than Democrats (62%) and voters not affiliated with either major party (63%) are.

Trump surprised his fellow Republicans when he bypassed them last week to strike a deal with congressional Democrats to move quickly on aid for victims of Hurricane Harvey and to raise the ceiling on government money borrowing until mid-December.

 

READ MORE:  http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/september_2017/most_vot...

 

 

 

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