The Democrats First 100 Days

There has been a ton of scrutiny of president Donal Trump’s fist 100 days, so the time has come to see just what the Democrats have done. If you are looking for a positive accomplishment here, you will not find it. The Democrat leadership has redefined themselves as not only leaderless but as the epitome of the Party of No. Here is a look at all the things that that tried to NOT do. Do they think we see this as an accomplishment? Apparently so.

As Written By MATTHEW CONTINETTI for the National Review:

Disunity, obstruction, incoherence, obsession, obliviousness Let’s reverse angle.

The president’s first 100 days in office have been analyzed, dissected, evaluated. Not much left to say about them. What about the opposition? What do the Democrats have to show for these first months of the Trump era?

Little. Trump’s defeats have not come at the Democrats’ hands. Those setbacks have been self-inflicted (over-the-top tweets, hastily written policies, few sub-cabinet nominations) or have come from the judiciary (the travel ban, the sanctuary cities order) or from Republican infighting (health care). Deregulation, Keystone pipeline, immigration enforcement — Democrats have been powerless to stop them.

Chuck Schumer slow-walked Trump’s nominations as best he could. In fact his obstruction was unprecedented. But the cabinet is filling up, the national security team in place. On the Supreme Court, Schumer miscalculated royally. He forced an end to the filibuster for judicial appointments, yet lost anyway. If another appointment opens this summer, and the Republicans hold together, the Democrats will have zero ability to prevent the Court from moving right. No matter what he says in public, Schumer can’t possibly think that a success……..


Trump’s First 100 Days — Democrats Have Little to Show, Despite Bluster | National Review

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