' We're on the Right Path': Trump Responds to Senator Corker's WWIII Accusations

Marie Harrington
October 12, 2017

"The Failing New York Times set Liddle' Bob Corker up by recording his conversation".

"So have at it", Corker told Martin. Corker had been an ally and personal friend to the president before they developed a public feud on social media.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders used her news briefing to tear into Corker, saying he had "rolled out the red carpet" for the Iran nuclear deal.

As turmoil continues to envelop Trump's administration, the president has become "unstable", and has started "unraveling", and has been "consumed with dark moods", according to sources who spoke with Vanity Fair. Trump reacted by tweeting that Corker had decided not to run for reelection in 2018 because the president refused to endorse Corker.

"We're on the right path right now, believe me", Trump said during his meeting with prominent US Diplomat Henry Kissinger earlier this week. I said "NO" and he dropped out (said he could not win without.my endorsement).

On Oct. 9, Corker stated that Trump had intentionally made inaccurate statements on a regular basis. "Corker and the people of Tennessee", Sanders said. "Didn't have the guts to run!"

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Apparently unwilling to let Corker's "adult day care center" barb be the last word, Trump tweeted Sunday afternoon that Corker was an ineffective senator and could not "get the job done".

Corker's comments have already infuriated Trump's base. Trump believes US corporations are the highest taxed in the world and that the people of the United States desperately want to be relieved of burdensome taxes.

In excerpts of the interview, Corker acknowledges that his conversation with the Times was "on the record", an agreement that his remarks can be published and attributed, and not a private discussion.

President Donald Trump's public feud with a top Republican on Capitol Hill has entered the name-calling phase.

Corker urged Trump to visit Alabama and campaign alongside unusual in the closing days of the runoff campaign, and the president now partly blames Corker for encouraging him to get involved in a contest that has hurt his political standing, according to a person close to Trump and familiar with the dynamics.

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