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“Ap­proach­ing the vaunted one hun­dred day bench­mark, it’s clear the Repub­li­cans, not the Democrats or their faith­ful me­dia al­lies, are the big­gest threat to Don­ald Trump’s pres­i­dency. Lost in var­i­ous ego and ide­ol­ogy-driven agen­das, the GOP legislators are do­ing their best to elect El­iz­a­beth War­ren pres­i­dent in 2020. Per­haps they should turn over their donor lists to the Mas­sachusetts sen­a­tor and make things eas­ier and more di­rect,” writes Roger L.

Si­mon, founder of PJ Me­dia.

“This may or may not speak poorly for Trump’s man­age­rial skills. And it doesn’t ac­count en­tirely for his poor poll num­bers. But if there is a can­cer on his pres­i­dency, it is com­ing largely from his own party’s in­abil­ity to en­act leg­is­la­tion when they have undis­puted con­trol of Congress and the ex­ec­u­tive branch,” he con­tin­ues. “It’s al­most as if the Repub­li­cans have a death wish and don’t re­ally want to gov­ern — sub­con­sciously pre­fer­ring to be an op­po­si­tion party that doesn’t have to take re­spon­si­bil­ity for their ac­tions, only for crit­i­cism.”

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