If you go there now you won’t see them, but earlier Matt Drudge posted two tweets telling people what he thought about Trump’s big budget negotiations:
Of course, he’s blaming Paul Ryan, because Trump can never be blamed. Here’s how the Washington Post describes the deal:
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) secured nearly $5 billion in new domestic spending by exploiting disagreements between President Trump and GOP lawmakers over spending priorities.
Democrats’ lopsided victory on the five-month deal, which is likely to be approved this week, means it will be very difficult — if not impossible — for the GOP to exert its will in future budget negotiations, including when it comes to Trump’s 2018 budget blueprint.
That’s because Republicans are hopelessly divided over how much to spend on government programs, with a small but vocal minority unwilling to support such measures at all. That has forced Republicans to work with Democrats to avoid politically damaging government shutdowns.
The Trump team is trying to stamp out the criticism and making it sound like THEY won – you can see that here.
Drudge tweeted this today and deleted it later:
The lyrics from some song called “Spring can really hang you up the most.” Never heard of it.
If you go there now, you’ll see this:
So who’s right? Did Trump “actually” win and Drudge and his other critics, like Rush and Krauthammer are all wrong? You tell us.