“Obama’s complaints about Republicans stopping his agenda are BS since he had full control for two years. He can never take responsibility.”
— Donald Trump, on Twitter, Sept. 26, 2012.
A recent Quinnipiac poll found that 54% of Republicans oppose cutting Medicaid. A Kaiser Family Foundation tracking poll shows that 42% of Trump voters — and 51% of people who approve of Trump — say Medicaid “is somewhat or very important to them and their families.” Just 24% of Trump voters and 20% of people who approve of Trump want to decrease spending on Medicaid, while majorities of both want to keep it the same and many more want to increase it.
We’ve survived three months of Trump as president,
A quarter of a year indeed without precedent.
Now Trump says he thought it would be easier
To be the Free World’s most powerful leader,
While we never thought it would be so hard just to be a U.S. resident.
“I’m not happy to have to pass this on. I’m very, very troubled to have to pass this on. And I want to say at the outset that I hope my interpretation is wrong, and I hope this is not the case. But it looks like, from here, right here, right now, it looks like President Trump is caving on his demand for a measly $1 billion in the budget for his wall on the border with Mexico.”
— Rush Limbaugh, on his radio show.
As millions of Americans scrambled to get their taxes done,
Donald Trump still refuses to show his taxes to anyone.
As Trump and the GOP consider tax reform,
Americans’ response is at best lukewarm.
They suspect any reforms will mainly benefit the Orange One.