Senator Chuck grassleyCharles (Chuck) Ernest GrassleyGrassley beats Trump, Fox News on City Hall responds that COVID-19 cases arise when Trump ignores McConnell’s concerns, Senate confirms Trump’s 200th judicial candidate MORE (R-Iowa), normally a firm ally of the White House, rebuked President TrumpDonald John Trump Four men accused of trying to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in DC Video shows retired workers signs of social estrangement ahead of Trump Tulsa rally: WaPo Biden criticizes Trump for failing to sanction Russia for the intelligence of the “rewards” of Afghan militants MORE and Fox News at a town hall this week where the president struggled to articulate what he wanted to achieve in a possible second term.
Trump received much criticism from Republicans last week for not citing a single agenda item for the next four years, saying only that he now has experience and knows the players in Washington.
“Does FOXNews want Trump to be reelected? Hannity seen / Trump interview / KEY QUESTION” What goals in the coming period? Trump starts answering / gets out of the picture and Hannity helps to ramble on and that’s the end of the most important Q to get FOUR YEARS OF DRAINING THE SWAMP & Justices, ”Grassley tweeted.
Does FOXNews want Trump to be reelected? Hannity seen / Trump interview / KEY QUESTION “What goals in the next period? Trump begins to answer / gets out of the picture and Hannity helps to ramble and that’s the end of the most important Q to get FOUR YEARS OLDER OF SWAMP DRAINAGE & Justices
– ChuckGrassley (@ChuckGrassley) June 27, 2020
The comment was the latest criticism of Trump’s response, which detractors say was without substance as the White House faces a series of crises over the economy, pandemic, and protests over racial justice.
“You make some mistakes. Like, you know, an idiot like Bolton, “Trump said during the interview when asked about a second term, referring to the former national security adviser. John BoltonJohn BoltonSunday shows preview: As coronavirus cases rise, lawmakers and health officials weigh on Grassley hitting Trump, Fox News on City Hall responds to bipartisan strategy to counter China’s defiance of international order MORE. “All I wanted to do was drop bombs on everyone. You don’t have to drop bombs on everyone. You don’t have to kill people. “
Trump defended his appearance on Fox News on Saturday morning, saying he “dominated television with my interview on Thursday night.”
Grassley urged Trump to change his tune as he grappled with the pandemic and civil unrest, saying he risks being a one-term president and that “we will have no better Scotus judges or the best economy in 50 years. as if we had had he not followed that advice. “
Does anyone with access to the Oval Office read the WSJ editorial “The Trump Referendum” to President Trump? We won’t have more good Scotus judges or the best economy in 50 years like we would have if he didn’t follow that advice
– ChuckGrassley (@ChuckGrassley) June 26, 2020