Political commentator Kristin Tate slammed the GOP establishment, branding them "just as much a threat to the Trump agenda as the far left-wing progressives are."

Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan will have the biggest impact on President Trump's future in the White House based on whether Republicans remain in the majority, Tate told host Stuart Varney.

Congress, meanwhile, is getting nothing done and several Republican senators are openly opposing the president, she reminded.

The Hill contributor also chided Democrats for having "no unifying message" and continuing to run on identity politics.


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The state of the Democratic party is "so sad," she said.

"I don't know what happened to the party of JFK," who said, "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country," Tate continued.

"The Democratic Party has become one of victimhood and seething hatred that despises free speech."


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