After US Senate Pass The Tax Reform Chuck Schumer Announces That He Will Not Work With Trump Anymore: “He’s A Destructive Force”

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has chosen that there is not anymore a point in endeavoring to work with President Trump. Toss Schumer lost it after President Trump made a tweet about them.

“Meeting with ‘Throw and Nancy’ today about keeping the government open and working. The issue is they need unlawful foreigners flooding into our Country unchecked, are frail on Crime and need to generously RAISE Taxes. I don’t see an arrangement!” tweeted President Trump.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has chosen that there is not anymore a point in endeavoring to work with President Trump. Toss Schumer lost it after President Trump made a tweet about them.

“Meeting with ‘Throw and Nancy’ today about keeping the government open and working. The issue is they need unlawful foreigners flooding into our Country unchecked, are frail on Crime and need to generously RAISE Taxes. I don’t see an arrangement!” tweeted President Trump.

“As I stated, there are not kidding issues before us. We don’t have sufficient energy to squander. We don’t have amusements to play. We have to subsidize the military. We have to ensure a huge number of American benefits, support logical research and understudy credits. We have to revamp in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and California. What’s more, we have to secure the DREAMers,” said Schumer in a discourse on Capitol Hill.

“On the off chance that the president turns around course and chooses he needs to be a helpful power, working with the two sides to produce a bipartisan arrangement, we’re glad to meet with him whenever, anyplace, wherever,” he said.

“However, as long as he remains a ruinous power, it would be a misuse of everybody’s an ideal opportunity to keep working with somebody who plainly has no enthusiasm for going to an understanding. We trust the president, with a specific end goal to maintain a strategic distance from this catastrophe, will alter his opinion. The President and our Republican companions run the House and Senate. They have an obligation, a duty not to give the administration a chance to come up short on reserves. We’re willing to work with them, yet they need to do it bipartisanly,” said Schumer.