Gingrich reacts to Trump's rift with liberal Supreme Court justices



Former House speaker and Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich weighs in on the news of the day on ‘America’s Newsroom.’ #FoxNews

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24 thoughts on “Gingrich reacts to Trump's rift with liberal Supreme Court justices

  1. we need justices to serve fair and balance and no bias / they should not get involve in politics and not just to please themselves / thats crookedness bias snd corruption : leave the President alone he is doing good for the people and country

  2. Want to make sure I have this straight. Numerous congressmen signal that they'll vote for acquittal and against witnesses…… no problem, no recusals.
    Members of SCOTUS are critical (obviously "deep state" operatives) ……"they should recuse themselves".
    Hypocrisy much?
    LOCK ME UP
    LOCK ME UP

  3. You
    know what won't protect us from the coronavirus? A wall on the Southern Border.
    I don't mean this as snark. It's a statement about whether we view our national
    security in a 21st century mindset or a 15th century mindset. (Okay, maybe a
    little snark. But also deadly serious).

  4. Noam Chomsky even said much the same thing back in 2003. "In the US, there is basically one party – the business party. It has two factions, called Democrats and Republicans, which are somewhat different but carry out variations on the same policies". In other words, it's basically corporate tyranny, that got us here, where we are today. Seems like Americans enjoy fighting among themselves, more so than trying to help each other out, and that plays in favor of the corporates.

  5. The real sin is how little coverage the classiest and beautiful first lady we've ever had it's a real shame .Considering how the press had such a wet dream for the girlrilla that was in the White House last time👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽🧟‍♀️🧟‍♀️🧟‍♀️🧟‍♀️🧟‍♀️🧟‍♀️

  6. President Trump proposes to cut Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) by $21 billion over ten years, which would leave many families with less assistance when they fall on hard times. The cuts include a 10 percent reduction in the annual block grant funding for states and an end to the $608 million TANF Contingency Fund, which gives states additional funds at times of economic distress.

    The budget also would impose new TANF spending restrictions, which together with the funding reductions would likely prompt states to cut basic assistance — the funds that go directly to families — as they’ve done in the past. And, like TANF’s current work requirement, the proposed work requirement would retain TANF’s rigid policy of conditioning one’s benefits on meeting certain hourly requirements, which families would continue to find challenging. The harm from these proposals far outweighs other proposed programmatic changes that actually could improve TANF.

  7. I find it amusing how ignorant this chat is about who the justices are. They are biased by their education, gender, age and their upbringing. Get over it, vote and keep government on check. Trump is stacking up the court. That will backfire in the future.

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