Trump Tweets About Changing Senate Rules & People Revolt Instantly

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Donald Trump has been president of about 28 percent of America since his election, his die-hard followers. The rest of the Republicans, the independents, and the Democrats do not agree with him many times, so he named them his enemy. Now, POTUS wants to scoop up the people he ignored, but will it work?

People said that the Republicans have become the party of Trump. If that was so, then he may have some difficulty commanding those beyond the 28 percent in North Carolina to vote for Dan Bishop:

‘North Carolina, vote for Dan Bishop tomorrow. We need him badly in Washington! His opponent is a far left Sanctuary Cities supporter.’

Then, there was former South Carolina governor Mark Sandford who has been talking about his run from the left side of Trump’s far-right:

‘When the former Governor of the Great State of South Carolina, @MarkSanford, was reported missing, only to then say he was away hiking on the Appalachian Trail, then was found in Argentina with his Flaming Dancer friend, it sounded like his political career was over. It was,….’

As usual, the president called people names, as if that would work:

‘…but then he ran for Congress and won, only to lose his re-elect after I Tweeted my endorsement, on Election Day, for his opponent. But now take heart, he is back, and running for President of the United States. The Three Stooges, all badly failed candidates, will give it a go!’

Of course, the House. Republicans do belong to Trump. Now, the president wants to change how long senators serve, and possibly presidents:

‘House Republicans should allow Chairs of Committees to remain for longer than 6 years. It forces great people, and real leaders, to leave after serving. The Dems have unlimited terms. While that has its own problems, it is a better way to go. Fewer people, in the end, will leave!’

Then, he claimed a misguided 94 percent approval rating:

‘94% Approval Rating in the Republican Party, a record. Thank you!’

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