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12 October 2017, 12:54 | Damon Campbell
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Trump pointed the finger at the previous U.S. presidential administrations, which he said were on "the wrong path".
The feud between Corker and Trump had escalated this weekend when the President tweeted that the outgoing senator "begged" for his endorsement before declining to run for re-election.
The barbs followed a fresh Twitter blast from Trump, in which the president gave the 5-foot-7-inch Corker a new disparaging nickname, "Liddle' Bob", and said he had been made to look like a "fool" in an interview.
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. Bob Corker, sending an unmistakable signal to other Republicans that public criticism of President Trump will be met with a fierce public scolding.
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Corker replied, "It's a shame the White House has become an adult day care center". "That's what helped I think put things in motion". Even after Trump won, Corker was on the list of possibilities for Secretary of State.
"So have at it", Corker told Martin.
The feud is odd because Corker was briefly considered as a vice president running mate during the 2016 campaign. Hence, I would fully expect Corker to be a negative voice and stand in the way of our great agenda.
Known for his blunt commentary, Corker had long softened any public criticism of Trump or his administration with carefully worded praise. Trump later picked the much taller Rex Tillerson for the job. Trump believes USA corporations are the highest taxed in the world and that the people of the United States desperately want to be relieved of burdensome taxes.
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