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    didn't read the article, just the title is upsetting to me already.

    a) most of them voted for him, i'm sure.
    b) the last 7 years, they all bellowed for repeal / replace of the ACA.. THEY didn't come up with a plan. Yet NOW that THEY failed, they use Trump as the scapegoat, to protect their next election. And nothing else, they did not all of a sudden grow a conscience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    I'm a registered republican, I don't blame Trump.

    Guess that proves this article a lie.
    The article refers to elected politicians and their staff personnel. Which public office do you hold?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtm1963 View Post
    this lying site takes a few republicans and turns it into most republicans.
    I didn't see the word "most" -- either in the thread title or in the linked article.
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    I did not vote for the Don, but, I still do not feel he is as much of a failure and disappointment as his race-bating, anti-American predecessor.

    Nor do I think the Dizzy Criminal Dingbat would have been any better.

    What's more....I place the "failures" of Healthcare more at the feet of CONGRESS than I do the Executive.

    Just my opinion(s).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rorschach View Post
    I did not vote for the Don, but, I still do not feel he is as much of a failure and disappointment as his race-bating, anti-American predecessor.

    Nor do I think the Dizzy Criminal Dingbat would have been any better.

    What's more....I place the "failures" of Healthcare more at the feet of CONGRESS than I do the Executive.

    Just my opinion(s).
    That's funny, thanks for the laugh.
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    From the link:

    Trump is trying to order the Senate to do what he wants, but the Senate is part of a co-equal branch of the United States government. They donít work for Trump, and if he continues to push them, Republican Senators will make him pay for his arrogance.

    That about sums it up. The GOP is going to go on long after the Trump administration. The President needs to remember that...
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    I'm a registered Republican. I do not see President Trump as a failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightSwimmer View Post
    I didn't see the word "most" -- either in the thread title or in the linked article.
    it says republicans, as in plural.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pragmatic View Post
    Some select group of "anonymous/unnamed GOP congressional aides" blame Trump.


    Don't think Trump has been helping the situation much. But the title of your article is pretty typical partisan distortion.

    But Politicususa.com is sort of known for that.
    Sorry you do not like the truth, but Republican Congress is backing away from Trump.and with good reason.

    Trump is dumb as a Stump!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    I'm a registered Republican. I do not see President Trump as a failure.
    You are NOT in the Senate!
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