Sen. Bob Corker ventured further than most Republicans in Congress who've criticized President Trump when he suggested recently that Trump had not shown the "stability" or "competence" needed in the White House. "We know that the wall and other security measures at the border work, we've seen that take place over the last decade, and we're committed to making sure the American people are protected". "Under no circumstances was I going to resign".
In other words, Trump World identified three leading domestic priorities - health care reform, tax reform, and an infrastructure overhaul - and promised to craft detailed plans on each, only to discover governing is vastly more hard than the amateur president and his aides realized.
During her first press conference in three weeks, Sanders refused to answer four questions about whether Trump would refuse to sign a bill funding the federal government if money for a border wall were not included.
Let's go through the four times she was asked directly about Mexico paying for the wall and Trump's government shutdown threat.
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"We are looking forward to hosting Chairman Brady for this important discussion of pro-growth tax reform", AT&T said.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson has attended roundtables at the White House, saying earlier this summer that companies would be willing to invest more in the USA if Trump completed tax reform this year.
"I like to do my best to get back to you", Sanders told reporters on July 12, one of the rare days on which she did. "At a certain point, though, if you whiff on Obamacare repeal and if you whiff on tax reform, it's bound to harm them", Phillips said. "But I think as long as those things exist there's always more we can do".
Later in the press briefing, Urban Radio Networks reporter April Ryan asked how a government shutdown over the border would affect the economy.
"I don't have any question that Mexico will pay at least part of the tab", Griffith said.