Watch Republicans Run Away From Donald Trump’s Ruthless Budget

May 24, 2017 - running watch

Want to know how Republicans are reacting to Donald Trump’s cruel budget? The same bill with a 2 trillion dollar “error” of spending a same income twice? (Oopsie!)

Republicans are entertainment turn Trump when it comes to RussiaGate, though when it comes to things their voters will not endure from them, things that will make their home districts humour and simulate feeble on them rather than things that competence have given them a diminutive strike in a polls blink blink Putin, Republicans are using divided from a cruel stink of a Trump budget.

 

Watch them run, run, run away:

Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA): “I don’t consider a president’s bill is going anywhere.” Reporters afterwards asked what vigilance a president’s bill cuts send to a American people. “It is no vigilance of mine,” he responded. [Washington Examiner, 5/23/17]

 

Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA): Sen. Bill Cassidy says Trump’s due bill contradicts his discuss promises [Vox Twitter, 5/23/17]

 

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC): “The bill is dead, OK? We’re not going to order a president’s budget, though it’s Mick Mulvaney’s pursuit to sell a bill and be a constant infantryman and try to listen to Congress.” [EE News, 5/23/17]

 

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ): “President Trump’s $603 billion invulnerability bill ask is unsound to a hurdles we face, bootleg underneath stream law, and partial of an altogether bill offer that is passed on attainment in Congress.” [Press Release, 5/23/17]

 

Senate Republican Whip John Cornyn (R-TX): .@JohnCornyn says Trump’s bill is “dead on arrival” [NBC News Twitter, 5/22/17]

 

Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV): “From slicing appropriation for critical open lands programs to a renewed bid to revitalise a Yucca Mountain chief rubbish repository, a President’s bill ask contains several anti-Nevada provisions.” [Press Release, 5/23/17]

 

Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS): “No” Sen Roberts says when asked if R’s will go along with large cuts to a reserve net.  Says he has “no idea” what Trump is thinking. [AP Twitter, 5/22/17]

 

Rep. Hal Rogers (R-KY): “It’ll face a tough sled here,” pronounced maestro Rep. Harold Rogers, R-Ky. Asked about a impact on his voters from reductions in such programs as food stamps, Rogers said, “These cuts that are being due are draconian. They’re not small shavings, they’re deep, low cuts.” [AP, 5/23/17]

 

Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI): “Many of a due cuts to critical domestic programs that many Michiganders rest on are, frankly, non-starters. Of sold regard is appropriation for a Great Lakes and a National Institutes of Health.” [Press Release, 5/23/17]

 

Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI): Asked if Mick Mulvaney is a usually authority who likes Trump’s budget, Upton says Mulvaney competence not even opinion for it if still in a House [AP Twitter, 5/23/17]

 

Rep. John Faso (R-NY): “Deep cuts to domestic programs, however, would bluster Upstate New Yorkers during a time when a still-struggling informal economy and frail jobs marketplace have left many families endangered about a future.” [Press Release, 5/23/17]

 

Rep. Hal Rogers (R-KY): “It’s a problem — it’s a large problem,” pronounced Rep. Hal Rogers (R-Ky.), a authority of a House Appropriations subcommittee, of a due $610 billion rebate in Medicaid spending. “I’ve got one of a lowest districts in a nation with lots of Medicaid recipients as good as other programs. …The cuts are draconian.” [Washington Post, 5/23/17]

 

Rep. Mark Walker (R-NC): Asked about a CHIP cuts, Rep. Mark Walker (R-N.C.) warned there was such a thing as too many cuts. “There will be some concerns if we go too low in some of these areas,” he said.” [Washington Post, 5/23/17]

 

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC): Other senators took aim during some of Trump’s steepest cuts. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., combined that a National Institutes of Health is “a inhabitant treasure.” Trump would cut some-more than $1 billion from NIH subsequent year. [Washington Examiner,5/23/17]

 

Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI): “Many of a due cuts to critical domestic programs that many Michiganders rest on are, frankly, non-starters. Of sold regard is appropriation for a Great Lakes and a National Institutes of Health.” [Press Release, 5/23/17]

 

Rep. Mike Simpson (R-ID):  Many of a cuts, including those to appetite scholarship programs, “do not make sense,” pronounced Simpson, adding a bill won’t pass a House though a rewrite. [EE News, 5/23/17]

 

Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA): And Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-Louisiana, criticized cuts to a inundate word complement that Louisiana relies on. “I strongly oppose,” a due reductions, Cassidy said. “Our seashore line — we usually need to that to keep another Katrina from bashing a state.” [NBC News, 5/23/17]

 

Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS): Senate Agriculture authority @SenPatRoberts on stand word cuts in Trump budget: “not viable” and ‘very harmful’” [KC Star Twitter, 5/23/17]

 

Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS): “It’s usually a lot of people who don’t know what a ruin is going on in plantation country.” — Sen. Pat Roberts on a budget’s rural cuts. [WSJ Twitter, 5/23/17]

 

 

Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK): Cole likely that many of a low spending cuts, like those to Meals on Wheels and a National Institutes of Health, would annoy Republicans and Democrats alike. … “We have to equivocate a enticement of giving a boss all he wants since if we gave him all wish into essay we couldn’t order it,” Cole said. [Washington Post, 5/23/17]

 

Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC): “Meals on Wheels, even for some of us who are deliberate to be mercantile hawks, might be a overpass too far.” [New York Times, 5/22/17]

 

Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC): “Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), authority of a hardline House Freedom Caucus, pronounced he was speedy by early reports of new curbs on food stamps, family gratification and other spending, though he pronounced he drew a line on cuts to Meals on Wheels — a gift that White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney suggested was ineffectual progressing this year. ‘I’ve delivered dishes to a lot of people that maybe it’s their usually prohibited dish of a day,’ Meadows said.” [Washington Post, 5/23/17]

 

Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI): “I suspicion Mexico was going to compensate for a wall, because is this in a budget?” [AP, 5/23/17]

 

Rep. Mark Sanford (R-SC): “3 percent, I’m not saying how we get there mathematically.” “It creates for a yarn discuss that we find frustrating.” [AP Twitter, 5/23/17]

 

Of course, a RNC is behind Trump’s budget. They sent PoliticusUSA a couple to an op-ed in CNBC  by Jake Novak claiming, “America finally has something it’s indispensable for decades: A bill that starts to tell a truth. And some people don’t seem to be means to hoop a truth. But they need to start.

“The law is entrance in a form of a White House bill that calls for vital cuts to desert programs that are not sustainable, taxes that retaliate capability and growth, and a elemental bargain that politicians can't be devoted to spend a money.”

Ah, yes. The “truth”.

I will give them that; a Trump bill does tell a truth: About Republican priorities of taxation cuts for a abounding and problems with math. But it’s not a fiscally regressive truth, or else Republicans would stop giving taxpayer welfare/subsidies to companies and they wouldn’t impute to a 2 trillion dollar blunder as something they would “refine”.

Yes, patriots, no worries, that 2 trillion dollars that Republicans spent twice? Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin pronounced a bill is rough and will be “refined”.

These are usually some of a “hard truths”, cruel cruelties and bad math of a Trump budget.

 

 

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