The range of Trump's swirling political activity at the weekend was staggering.
"I know for a fact that every single day at the White House, it's a situation of trying to contain him", he said. It said one confidant of Mr Trump had likened the President to a "whistling teapot", adding that when he did not blow off steam, "he can turn into a pressure cooker and explode". They also keep policy documents to one page and include graphics because "the president likes maps", as one anonymous staffer told The New York Times.
Trump sent out a tweet early Tuesday charging that Democrats "don't care about safety for U.S.A".
Little reaction: NBC News rounds up reaction from top Republicans to Corker's statements about the president and finds "silence or a shrug".
It was a question that might have been better directed at the President himself.
Trump, a NY real estate developer reality television host, has struggled to translate his business experience into government success, failing to push through any major legislative victories.
As Trump looks for his first major legislative victory, Corker's vote will be crucial on issues such as the coming tax overhaul bill.
"He wasn't questioning the secretary of state's intelligence", Sanders answered.
Veteran Republican lawmaker Sen.
Rep. Lou Barletta (R., Pa.), a close ally from Hazleton, said Trump is following through on his pledge to take on typical politicians and prod them for results, including lower taxes by year's end, regardless of typical niceties. "His vision is creating calm around the world".
He'll come to the Harrisburg Air National Guard Base in Middletown after days spent talking not about taxes, but lashing out ESPN and NFL players who kneel during the national anthem, as well as Sen.
"We have one foreign policy that comes from the State Department and the Department of Defense".
The president slammed the interview today on Twitter.
Tillerson held a news conference last week in which he praised Trump and affirmed his commitment to the administration. "We're spending a ton of time with grassroots organizations to make sure the people are fully vetted". He also claimed Corker had begged for an endorsement and made a decision to retire when Trump refused.
Corker responded, calling the White House "an adult day care center". In a subsequent New York Times interview, he declined to say whether he believed Trump was fit for office and suggested the president could drive the USA into a third world war. He can and will use them as a Trumpist wedge against the Republican "establishment", which has just become shorthand for moderately well-adjusted Republicans in government.