Trump suggests 'Liddle' Sen. Bob Corker was 'made to sound a fool'

Posted October 12, 2017

The only fix for a commander in chief who is treating his immensely powerful office like "a reality show" is a new commander in chief.

With tensions running high on the Korean Peninsula, a majority of Americans say that U.S. President Donald Trump's war of words with Pyongyang is making the situation worse, a new poll said on Wednesday.

Corker, who is one of Tillerson's few confidants and staunch defenders in Washington, criticized a Trump tweet last weekend that undercut Tillerson's negotiations with North Korea.

Corker responded by saying that "It's a shame the White House has become an adult day care center".

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"I don't know why the president tweets out things that are not true", Corker told The New York Times. If it has any hope of continuing to offer itself as a steady hand on the tiller, more Republicans must follow Corker - rhetorically and, ultimately, electorally. "He would have to concern anyone who cares about our nation". "I stand by my statement".

Asked if Corker should resign, Sanders said that decision is not for the White House to make.

Trump labeling Corker "liddle" is a throwback to the 2016 campaign, when he gave Sen.

As Trump looks for his first major legislative victory, Corker's vote will be crucial on issues such as the coming tax overhaul bill. I said "NO" and he dropped out (said he could not win without.my endorsement).

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Trump said Tuesday that he didn't think his feud with Corker would imperil his tax cut plan. "I think we are well on our way".

On Oct. 9, Corker stated that Trump had intentionally made inaccurate statements on a regular basis. Corker had been an ally and personal friend to the president before they developed a public feud on social media.

Corker's comments have already infuriated Trump's base.

Corker urged Trump to visit Alabama and campaign alongside unusual in the closing days of the runoff campaign, and the president now partly blames Corker for encouraging him to get involved in a contest that has hurt his political standing, according to a person close to Trump and familiar with the dynamics.

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