Interesting development: clearest break yet between the Republican Senate Caucus and the President.
Vulnerable Republicans, like McSally in AZ had been fretting about the impact of tariffs on local economies – the concern about holding Senate seats appears to have created the first wedge between Trump and the Senate.
So who is right on this one? The President has a broad mandate of reasons where he holds the power to impose tariffs, but enforcing immigration policy has never been one of them. Should the President stay the course, yield to the Republican Senators or try to make a deal with them?
Also interesting that this story is being covered on the Times web site but getting no space on Foxnews web site. It is as if we live in different information universes! Or is Fox right to treat this story as not worthy of coverage? Fox’s priority stories are a mistress in Connecticut, an Iowa father who was killed by a dog while protecting his child and an accusation of plagiarism against the Biden Camp on climate change. The Times isn’t covering the mistress and dog stories and their slant on Biden is how aggressive his climate change policy is compared to Obama’s