TRUMP TWEET: Sorry Republicans

President Donald J. Trump took to Twitter on Friday morning to respond to Republicans who are frustrated over Trump’s recent deal making with Democrats.

Earlier in the week, the president sided with Democrats by raising the debt limit for three months, and he made them feel cozy when issuing the statement to illegal alien “Dreamers” that they would not be deported while Congress works on a bill to provide amnesty.

The president has since been slammed by some members of Congress and D.C. conservatives. Senator Ben Sasse (R) said on Thursday that Trump made Sen. Chuck Schumer (D) the most powerful man in America this month. Other conservatives have called Trump’s moves a betrayal to Republicans and the end of tax reform moving forward.

Using Twitter as a microphone, the president responded with a 3- part tweet that reads: “Republicans, sorry, but I’ve been hearing about Repeal & Replace for 7 years, didn’t happen! Even worse, the Senate Filibuster Rule will never allow the Republicans to pass even great legislation. 8 Dems control – will rarely get 60 (vs. 51) votes. It is a Repub Death Wish! Republicans must start the Tax Reform/Tax Cut legislation ASAP. Don’t wait until the end of September. Needed now more than ever. Hurry!”

DML NEWS launched a poll on Friday morning asking readers if the president’s deal-making tactics with the left leave them concerned. Thus far, 64% of voters say they are not concerned. You can see the results and cast a vote by clicking here.

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