New Jersey Senator Corey Booker called into Ebro In The Morning to discuss President Trump’s first 100 days. The span of 100 days is historically the first milestone gauging a president’s achievements, going back to FDR and the New Deal. Booker has some truly harsh words towards the president’s accomplishments or lack thereof: “He hasn’t accomplished anything with his legislative agenda but worse than that we see what he’s trying to do.”

His critique is scathing, digging into everything from the ‘Muslim ban’ and failed healthcare bill, to Trump’s billionaire flooded cabinet, and appointees who “are determined to destroy the very agencies they’re now leading.” The Senator, when asked if he could name one good thing the President had done since taking the oath in January, struggled to come up with anything positive. And in reference to the president’s newly released tax plan, Booker stated plainly, “I’m confident that it’s not going to help the core of his voters, it’s probably going to benefit the wealthiest in America, and damage and hurt working class Americans.”

Senator Booker leaves us with a call to action, urging us to get involved, with a message regarding our new commander in chief: “This is a guy that in a dramatic fashion is doing things that I think are gonna hurt not just democrats but this country and all the people, we have a lot of work to do”.

 

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