As backseat drivers are known to do, Democratic leaders in Congress are yapping at the heels of President Donald Trump like rabid chihuahuas following his appearance over the weekend at the Group of Seven summit in Quebec City.
Not that the president was very receptive to their efforts.
Trump, who called for Russia to be readmitted to the group of nations, backed out of a joint communique after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took shots at the president during a news conference.
He hit back hard, as only Trump can.
Trudeau trash-talks Trump after summit; POTUS finishes him on Twitter, withdraws endorsement https://t.co/Tx04SflADQ pic.twitter.com/rlVNcPa5wo
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) June 10, 2018
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., with Russia on the brain, took issue with Trump calling for Moscow to be reinstated in the group.
“Are we executing Putin’s diplomatic and national security strategy or AMERICA’s diplomatic and national security strategy?” he tweeted. “After the last few days, it’s hard to tell.”
Are we executing Putin’s diplomatic and national security strategy or AMERICA’s diplomatic and national security strategy? After the last few days, it’s hard to tell.
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) June 9, 2018
This coming from the individual who sat on his hands as President Barack Obama made nice with outgoing Russian President Dmitri Medvedev, informing him to tell current Russian President Vladimir Putin he’d [Obama] have “more flexibility” to negotiate after being reelected.
Schumer also barked about Trump’s upcoming summit with North Korea, after the president said, “I don’t think I have to prepare very much.”
“With ICBMs and nuclear warheads in the hands of North Korea, the situation is far too dangerous for seat of the pants negotiating,” the Democrat tweeted.
With ICBMs and nuclear warheads in the hands of North Korea, the situation is far too dangerous for seat of the pants negotiating. https://t.co/s1EtN48tvv
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) June 7, 2018
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., the woman who all but booed the incredible job report out last week, also weighed in.
“This week started with @realDonaldTrump boosting a Chinese company identified as a national security threat to the U.S. It ended with him standing up for Russia and alienating our allies at the G7. #MAGA,” she tweeted.
This week started with @realDonaldTrump boosting a Chinese company identified as a national security threat to the U.S. It ended with him standing up for Russia and alienating our allies at the G7. #MAGA
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) June 9, 2018
But, as noted, Trump isn’t seeking advice from wannabes who had their opportunity to leave a mark and came up short.
“Obama, Schumer and Pelosi did NOTHING about North Korea, and now weak on Crime, High Tax Schumer is telling me what to do at the Summit the Dems could never set up,” the president tweeted. “Schumer failed with North Korea and Iran, we don’t need his advice!”
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