Republican senator calls White House 'adult day care centre'

Republican senator calls White House 'adult day care centre'

Republican senator calls White House 'adult day care centre'

Corker responded to Trump's Twitter attack by calling the White House an "adult day care center" has further intensified his rhetoric against Trump, expressing concern that his policies could result in a third World War.

"I've got more important things to do, doing my job than to tell Corker to keep his mouth shout or to tell the President something", Grassley said. Bob Corker's explosive interview in the New York Times may be laying the foundation to challenge President Donald Trump's mental fitness for office. But speaking isn't enough; and getting into Twitter battles with the president, as Mr. Corker did Sunday morning, may not be all that productive.

"He concerns me", Corker said, according to The Times.

And in a statement Monday, Corker's fellow Tennessee senator Lamar Alexander, a Republican, called Corker a "terrific senator", adding he's "disappointed Corker decided not to seek re-election". "Didn't have the guts to run!" he wrote in the last tweet. "I have difficulty putting that much energy into discussing this budget document because this is some of the most meaningless work that we do here", Corker said with a sigh.

"He concerns me", Corker said.

Trump said he had "begged" for his endorsement.

The tweet comes several days after the Tennessee lawmaker drew attention by saying that only three people in the Trump administration are standing between the USA and "chaos".

"If Senator Corker is retiring and he doesn't want to be in the U.S. Senate and he doesn't want to support President Trump and doesn't want to support such basic conservative principles, he should just resign", said Jason Miller. "He also wanted to be Secretary of State, I said 'NO THANKS.' He is also largely responsible for the horrendous Iran Deal!"

Trump tweeted his disapproval of Corker early Sunday.

The public quarrel between Corker and Trump began Wednesday, when Corker sharply criticized the president for undermining Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's efforts to establish diplomatic channels with North Korea amid heightening nuclear tensions.

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