O'Reilly: Trump's Failure on Charlottesville Rooted in Nazi History


First and most importantly, I'd like to take a moment to honor the memory of Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old woman who was killed when a vehicle driven by a white supremacist slammed into her and others as they were walking and protesting the alt right gathering in Charlottesville, Virginia this past Saturday. He's demeaned his crucial ally on Capitol Hill, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and alienated Republican Sens. Trump was the party's candidate and now is its responsibility.

As key staffers exit the White House in operatic fashion - the profane aria of the Mooch and the dirges for Priebus and Bannon - the nation's chief executive is executing his presidency.

To some in the faction of the party that composes his base, Bannon has always been something of a spirit guide. If not, we expect Kelly won't last long in the West Wing, either. The departure is even more awkward because it comes at a time when the president and senior aides have publicly mentioned and praised the base more and more as poll numbers were showing signs of decline.

The president should have read a simple prepared statement that was written by someone who knew what to say and how to say it. "That's what he ran on, after all".

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"Some of those allies ... might not like him but will listen to him because he'll make the right economic policies and cut the right deals", Henry said Friday.

Tennessee senator Bob Corker, whom Trump considered for a Cabinet post, declared on Thursday that "the president has not yet been able to demonstrate the stability nor some of the competence that he needs to" in dealing with crises.

The president should have discerned the difference between a fight over Civil War-era statues vs. what really was represented that fateful day in Virginia - salutations to the evils of Nazism. If Republicans impeach Trump over a press conference, indignant voters will turn the nation blue at the next election.

"There's the president", Feehery said. And the president remained on the receiving end of bipartisan criticism for his handling of the aftermath of the Charlottesville clashes. "And there is a lot of love for his agenda - health care, some kind of tax reform, and even on infrastructure - in the Republican Party". Sure, the president steps on his own messages. I saw otherwise rational people getting all bent out of shape and found any excuse to trash the new president.

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Charlottesville should have been a no-brainer for the White House - and it should be finished business.

"Instead, I wrote in the name of [House Speaker] Paul Ryan, and that was very hard for me to do as a lifelong Republican", she said. "On all of these issues and scandals, the burden of proof is still in others' court, not his". Many people weren't sure what to think, including almost a third of independents and one-in-five Democrats.

Early this week, Trump had said that he will speak to Bro.

But there are Republican lawmakers who could complicate Trump's ability to get things done in Washington - and subsequently, his expected 2020 campaign. But just as much as come from Trump, who has shown a penchant for speaking without thinking, who has to answer every critic and who apparently is unable to rise above the fray. Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake, among others. "Importantly, that has been the group that has been willing to negotiate". Maine's 1st Congressional District, which includes the remote central and northern parts of the state, voted for Mr. Trump giving him its single electoral vote.

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