its. John CorningJohn Cornyn’s ever-changing suburbs threaten Republicans’ control of the Texas Republican Party Increasingly seeking to fight the Trump Supreme Court’s distance to become a proxy war in 2020 (R-Texas) said on Friday that he disagrees President Trump Regarding issues such as the deficit and the US-Mexico border wall, Senate Republicans questioned their ability to “change” the president on such issues.
The Republican of Texas told the Fort Worth Star that his relationship with the president “may be like many women marrying and thinking they are about to change their spouses, and it’s usually not very good.”
“I think what we found is that we will not change President Trump. He is him. You either love him or hate him, there is not much relationship between the two.” “What I am trying to do is not to fall into open confrontation and Fight with him because, as I have observed, these usually do not end well.”
Cornyn specifically mentioned his former colleague, the former senator. Bob KirkRobert (Bob) Phillips Corker Trump (Robert (Bob) Phillips CorkerTrump) S satirizes Sasse’s leaked audio. Does Congress master Russian policy?The first battle in Tennessee was annoying to Republicans (R-Tenn.) He retired in 2018 after becoming increasingly critical of the president and becoming a common target of his tweets.
“[W]When I have different opinions, [I] Do that in private. “I think this makes me much more effective than satisfying those who say I should call him out or fight him openly.” “
Cornyn will be re-elected in November and will face Democratic challenger MJ Hegar. Although most opinion polls show that Cornyn leads by single digits, Hegar raised $13 million in the third quarter of 2020.
The Texas senator’s comments were made shortly after the senator’s release in the conference call room. BensasBenjamin (Ben) Eric SasseTrump condemns Sasse’s leaked audio Hillicon Valley: Trump refuses to condemn QAnon | Twitter changes its policy to allow users to share controversial articles Google believes that foreign cyber threats Republicans increasingly seek distance from Trump (R-Neb.) Criticized Trump more directly.
“He laughed at evangelicals after closing the door. His family saw the presidency as a business opportunity. He flirted with white supremacists. Trump responded to Sass, comparing him to Cork, and Calling him “Reno” (only in the name of the Republican Party), “has the lowest effect among our 53 Republican senators.”