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'Dealmaker in chief' largely absent in weekend shutdown negotiations


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Where the phuck is tweetie?

 

Does he phucking care?

 

Does he know what the phuck is going on?

 

Does he phucking know anything?

 

We all know its phucking his fault!!!

 

President Donald Trump may be presiding over the first government shutdown ever to occur when one party controls Washington, but in his own telling he is just beginning to master the ways of the capital.

 

It was a remarkable position for a President who entered office vowing to use skills honed in the real estate world to broker deals for the country. Instead of negotiating his own way out of the quagmire, Trump seemed content to watch lawmakers and his staff haggle from his third-floor perch at the White House, which he did not leave on Sunday.

 

http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/21/politics/donald-trump-shutdown-negotiation/index.html

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President Donald Trump has spoken with the second-ranking Republican leaders in both chambers of Congress about the impasse, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement emailed to reporters Sunday. White House Chief of Staff John Kelly has conferred with House Speaker Paul Ryan and McConnell, Sanders said.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-21/key-day-could-yield-fast-deal-or-long-impasse-shutdown-update

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18 minutes ago, justrying said:

Where the phuck is tweetie?

 

Does he phucking care?

 

Does he know what the phuck is going on?

 

Does he phucking know anything?

 

We all know its phucking his fault!!!

 

President Donald Trump may be presiding over the first government shutdown ever to occur when one party controls Washington, but in his own telling he is just beginning to master the ways of the capital.

 

It was a remarkable position for a President who entered office vowing to use skills honed in the real estate world to broker deals for the country. Instead of negotiating his own way out of the quagmire, Trump seemed content to watch lawmakers and his staff haggle from his third-floor perch at the White House, which he did not leave on Sunday.

 

http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/21/politics/donald-trump-shutdown-negotiation/index.html

Sure..

CNN..

 

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