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Frustrated and angry Trump ruptures alliances and imperiling his legislative agenda

President Trump had recently joined hands with Democrats to provide protection to young undocumented immigrants brought to the USA as kids.

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The United States President Donald Trump seems frustrated and angry by his own Cabinet as he didn’t get enough credit for successfully handling of three hurricanes. The outside advisers and several White House officers said on Monday that Trump is lashing out and rupturing union and imperiling his legislative agenda.

Frustrated and angry Trump ruptures alliances and imperiling his legislative agenda

President Trump had recently joined hands with Democrats to provide protection to young undocumented immigrants brought to the USA as kids. The In order to do this, President Trump returned to his campaign. The deal involves the matter of culture wars, birth control to the national anthem of the country.

The GOP lawmaker and the Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Bob Corker said, Trump was treating his Cabinet like “a reality show” which also includes vague threats towards the foreign countries. Mr. Corker added, this could lead the nation “on the path to World War III.”

Also read: GOP lawmaker Corker says Trump’s vague threats could set the nation on “World War III”

According to the media reports on Monday, an email from Vice President Pence’s office making headlines, the unsolicited email is a response under the name of Pence which addressing the “criticisms of the president.”

The statement concluded, “That’s what American leadership on the world stage looks like and no amount of criticism at home can diminish those results.”

A veteran pollster Patrick Caddell said, “We have been watching the slow-motion breakup of the Republican Party, and Trump is doing what he can to speed it up,” the Washington Post reported.

Caddell said, “Trump is firmly placing himself on the outside, trying to become an almost independent president.”

“He knows that many people will be with him, that he helps himself when he’s not seen as the Republican president. But what about his program? That’s the question — and possibly the cost of what he’s doing,” Caddell added.

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