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It’s your party and you’ll cry if you want to, via Twitter of course. Your attack on Senator Flake on your favorite social media platform is another example of your clear and utter lack of understanding of how politics work in America. Calling his political career “toast” and assuming he will vote “no” on your flawed tax cut bill proves once again that you are not fit to lead the country you claim to love so much.
You must believe that no strategy is the best strategy because it is clear you have no plan in place to “make America great again.” Personal attacks on those who dare to oppose you are the acts of a scared and delusional man who’s more worried about hurt feelings than helping the people who truly make this country great. Twitter is not your friend, Mr. President. You could take some sage advice from Bambi’s “Thumper.” If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all. The assumption that you are our “favorite” president is laughable as well. The dissent of hard working Americans and your own political party clearly proves the opposite to be true. You know what they say about assuming, Mr. President. Mr. Flake and so many prominent members of your own party have voiced their opinions against your “devil may care” brand of politics and it’s time you start paying attention.
The people of this country need legislation that will help their forward progress and not encourage a lifestyle of struggling to make ends meet. Your tax cuts seem to favor big business and it’s no surprise as you’ll always stand to gain in that department. Countless Republican Senators will not vote for your plan as it stands and that speaks volumes about the legitimacy of your plan. Mr. President, it’s time to stop tweeting and start acting presidential. For the sake of the nation and the world at large, we implore you Mr. President, lead by example, not 280 characters on a computer screen.