Corker Comes Out Against Senate Budget Deal

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Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., talks to reporters on June 21. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Melina Mara

Sen. Bob Corker said on Thursday that he will oppose the bipartisan two-year budget deal, citing concerns about the deficit.

“To say I am discouraged by the outcome of these negotiations would be an understatement,” he said.

The Senate is expected to vote Thursday on the deal, which lifts the budget caps by roughly $300 billion over two years and raises the debt ceiling until March 2019.

 

Read more at The Hill.

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  1. Crooker, another RINO Trump hater like McCain thinks he knows better than President Trump because he’s a politician and Trump is not. When the stock market fell during Obama’s administration, what did he do about it? Nothing. Now look how the economy is booming with President Trump who’s in office only 1 year and not a politician. Corker should step aside and let the President do his job.

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