The really odd thing about Trump’s hundred days is that, Euclid notwithstanding, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The record of Trump’s hundred days is much better than the sum of his actual achievements. And, in a way, that was to be expected.
The House Republican “moderates” are holding up the Trump-Ryan healthcare bill over an issue that seems substantial, but is really trivial. This whole bill is being held up by a concern that some — not even most but some — of a pool of about 309 people per Congressional District might find it hard to get insurance.
National ENQUIRER political columnist Dick Morris tells all in an exclusive video that reveals how President Trump managed to destroy rumors about Russian influence while blasting Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad!
National ENQUIRER political columnist Dick Morris tells all in an exclusive video that follows the money as Hillary Clinton backers hired a British spy to put together a discredited file meant to smear Donald Trump!
Steve Bannon is the core of the Trump White House, the keeper of the flame. He understands Donald the same way that Drew Bundini Brown grasped the essence of Mohammed Ali. And when Brown wrote the famous lines: “float like a butterfly; sting like a bee,” he did as much to cement Ali’s legacy as the iconic photo of him standing over a prostrate Sonny Liston.
National ENQUIRER political columnist Dick Morris tells all in an exclusive video that shows how President Trump is perfectly poised to kill off ObamaCare without even needing Congress.
National ENQUIRER political columnist Dick Morris tells all in an exclusive video that exposes how traitorous Obama operatives in the FBI used taxpayer money to pay off a former British spy in a wild plot to smear Donald Trump!
The failure of the House Republicans to pass the Ryan-Trump Healthcare bill is disgusting. After eight years of winning elections by inveighing against ObamaCare, they finally get the chance to repeal it and replace it with a good bill and they turn up their noses.
Like a rug buyer at a Turkish bazaar, Donald Trump has tired of haggling and is walking away, looking over his shoulder to see if the seller is chasing after him, agreeing to his price.
He has confronted Republicans with a choice: Vote for ObamaCare or for TrumpCare.
The twenty-five or so republican conservative congressmen who are saying they will vote against Trump’s health care bill hold the fate of the Trump presidency in their hands. Battered by a biased media and harassed by the phony attempts to link him to Russia, Trump needs to produce a solid record of achievement to stay viable. And, once he loses viability, it’s almost impossible to get it back.