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Chris Stirewalt said the tiff between President Trump and Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) could have legislative consequences if Corker is on the outs with the president.

"We would hope for every member of Congress, Republican and Democrat, that they would not let personal animus towards anybody cause them to vote one way or another," Stirewalt remarked, but added there could still be "big consequences for final passage."

"You could certainly say the president had it coming given the fact that he launched into a tirade against Corker," Stirewalt said.

Corker had previously pushed back against Trump's criticism of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson when he said Tillerson helps keep the country from chaos.

Trump lashed out at Corker, saying he "didn't have the guts" to run for reelection without the endorsement of the president and was largely responsible for the "horrendous" Iran deal.

At that point Corker was faced with the choice between lumping it or responding, and he chose to respond, calling the White House an "adult day care," Stirewalt said.

"Now he's embarrassed the president because what he's saying is the president is not in charge of his own administration," Stirewalt commented.


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