The Senator offered to take trump the iPhone for the call to “close” the government

Bob Corker

The Chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on foreign relations, and Republican Bob Corker (Bob Corker) said that Donald trump got to pick up the iPhone, and all messages of the US President on Twitter should continue to check the White house staff. About it reports on Tuesday, may 2, Washington Examiner.

The Senator made the statement after a meeting with the Vice-President of the United States Mike Pence, in which Corker and other Republican senators complained to the Pens on a tweet by the President that the U.S. government should “close”. As writes the Washington Examiner, at a luncheon in the Capitol, the senators expressed their dissatisfaction and said that the message trump has harmed the search for consensus within the Republican party and the Democrats.

“It’s just not constructive. This should never happen,” said Corker.

Another Republican Senator, Jeff Flake (Jeff Flake), said that trump’s “guts” to suspend the work of the government.

Senator John McCain joined the criticism of the President, but noted that he was not concerned about the message trump on Twitter. “I realized one thing: pay attention to what he (tramp — approx. “Of the”) does not respond to everything he says” — said McCain.

Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)
02 may 2017, 13:01

Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)
02 may 2017, 13:07

“We need 60 votes in the Senate, which there won’t be (for the adoption of the budget — approx. “Of the”), wrote on Twitter trump and added: “the Country needs a good “closing” (the government — approx. “Of the”) in September to fix this mess!”.

Trump’s tweets on may 2 caused a reaction from the ex-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. She criticized the efforts of the incumbent to resolve the nuclear problem of the DPRK, noting that the negotiations should be part of the strategy, but are not limited to “tweets in the morning in the style of: “Hey, let’s get together and see if we can get along, and maybe we’ll get some kind of” deal”. “It’s not working!” — Clinton cites RIA Novosti.

Donald trump started to use the iPhone in March, stepping in for security with the Android platform. During election campaign he had called for a boycott of Apple products. Predecessor trump Barack Obama preferred your BlackBerry device with limited number of functions, but later he also changed the camera on the iPhone.