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Survey says: Voters blaming DC, not Trump, for stalled prez agenda

(National SentinelTrump Agenda: As we’ve mentioned before, the #nevertrump RINOs who refuse to get on board President Donald J. Trump’s agenda are really only hurting themselves, as yet another new survey proves.

As reported by Breitbart News:

The George Washington University battleground poll found that 51 percent of voters agreed with the statement “Donald Trump had been keeping his campaign promises” with 44 percent disagreeing.

But when asked about the reasons for the delay in getting some of his promises enacted, 52 percent of respondents agreed that “Washington elites are to blame for the delay in passing some of these reforms.”

The poll comes at a time when Trump has been increasingly locking horns with top Republican leaders over priorities in Congress. Trump said at a rally in Phoenix, Arizona Tuesday that he was prepared to shut down the government if Congress would not fund a wall at the southern border.

Trump has not been shy about calling out his congressional opponents — Democrats and Republicans. This week he lambasted Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky for failing to pass Obamacare repeal and replace after pledging he would and could do so for several years.

He’s also taken shots at pretend conservative Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona, who just wrote a book essentially trashing the president and the tens of millions of Americans who voted for him.

And there is this: While the number of voters who viewed Trump favorably sat at a low 41 percent, Ryan’s number was 36 percent and McConnell’s was a mere 19 percent favorability.

The RINOs in Congress who want to see Trump fail are assuring that he does while putting their own futures in jeopardy.

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