Sen. Bob Corker, the retiring Republican chair of the Senate foreign relations committee, has engaged in a heated back-and-forth with Trump for days now, including in an interview with The New York Times where he said that he feared Trump was steering the nation "on the path to World War III". I said "NO" and he dropped out (said he could not win without.my endorsement).
- If Tennessee Senator Bob Corker thought retirement might be the easy way out of Washington, he may have to reconsider his rather surprising decision.
As Trump looks for his first major legislative victory, Corker's vote will be crucial on issues such as the coming tax overhaul bill.
Corker replied, "It's a shame the White House has become an adult day care center".
Corker's comments to the Times and on Twitter prompted criticism from the administration and even criticism from fellow Republicans in the Senate.
A White House official denied the report. Trump believes US corporations are the highest taxed in the world and that the people of the United States desperately want to be relieved of burdensome taxes. "I think we are well on our way".
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I have also talked about the fact that we're continuing to put maximum diplomatic pressure on countries like North Korea.
Some of Trump's allies, including former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon, have called on him to resign.
Both Trump and Corker entered politics after careers as business executives, both in real estate and construction, and their shared backgrounds gave them a level of mutual understanding at a time when few in Congress can claim to understand the president's motivations.
On Oct. 9, Corker stated that Trump had intentionally made inaccurate statements on a regular basis.
President Donald Trump is not backing down from his feud with Sen.
Corker's comments have already infuriated Trump's base.
In excerpts of the interview, Corker acknowledges that his conversation with the Times was "on the record", an agreement that his remarks can be published and attributed, and not a private discussion. Corker what led him to make that statement.