White House OMB Director Mick Mulvaney walked back Trump's promise to erase Puerto Rico's debt by telling the American people that they shouldn't believe word for word what the President says.
The Trump White House has gone off the rails and is now trying to tell the Senate what they are allowed to vote on.
This is why Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer made Sen. Bernie Sanders the ranking member of the Budget Committee. Sanders took over the hearing with his first question and destroyed Trump Budget Director Mick Mulvaney for criticized the CBO Director that a member of the administration hand picked.
Trump Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said that people with Type 2 diabetes don't deserve to have health insurance because they gave themselves diabetes.
Donald Trump's Budget Director Mick Mulvaney left the door open to Trump not signing a Republican-passed health care bill, as the president may try to save his own skin by dodging his own Trumpcare legislation.
Not only was this another hilarious and epic failure for the Trump administration, but it begs the question: What can these people possibly do right?
The director of the White House Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney expressed shock and disappointment that the Trump administration was unable to change Washington in 65 days.
An administration that cared about taxpayer dollars would not maliciously cut from the smallest areas of discretionary spending and call it compassionate.
Trump Budget Director Mick Mulvaney told reporters today that eliminating food for senior citizens via the Meals On Wheels program was the compassionate thing to do because if a program can't demonstrate results, it should get cut.
Trump administration officials hit the talk shows on Sunday and delivered some crazy excuses for why the CBO is expected to conclude that replacing Obamacare will take health care away from millions.
"There are ways that we can not only allow the president to keep his promise, but to help him keep his promise by fixing (cutting) some of these programs."
GOP Congressman Matt Salmon texted Utah Senator Mike Lee a message that said: "Next guy in the crosshairs is probably gonna be McConnell."
A government shutdown may work well for Republicans going into a general election - two years ago their 16-day shutdown paid huge dividends
The new Republican-dominated Congress has proven unable to pass significant legislation. So far they have passed just two bills into law.
Soledad O'Brien challenged Rep Mulvaney (R-SC) by pointing out the hypocrisy of his position, since no one demanded that the costs be offset for disaster relief for his state.