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Matt Drudge said he thinks the Trump administration is in a crisis "on many fronts" in its early days, partly due to deliberate obstruction from the Republican-controlled Congress.
"I suspect there is a sabotage," he said on conservative commentator Michael Savage's radio show on Friday. “Do you know Obama had the stimulus package on his desk before Inauguration Day? What did this Congress give this great man? Nothing.”
But on the radio show, Drudge appeared to pin most of the blame for the failure of the American Health Care Act on Congress, noting that even if the bill had passed through the House, it would likely have been obstructed in the Senate.
"Donald Trump has been dealt a very bad hand here. Does the audience understand that? He has a bad hand and that’s just the way it is," he said.
He also suggested Trump do an interview with Oprah Winfrey, extending an olive branch to her liberal viewers without changing his politics.
"Why not do a little bit more to reach out to the other half?" he said
originally posted by: seasonal
a reply to: c2oden
Very true, can you imagine a slight disagreement and the interview would go bad. It would be good TV.
this constant change of leadership is making our country unstable
originally posted by: CB328
Did he give a damn when Republicans waged outright warfare against Obama for 8 years, culminating in unbelievable dereliction of duty and rejecting the constitution when they refused to give his lawful supreme court pick a hearing??