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Sebastian Gorka, former deputy assistant to President Trump, says that Trump's willingness to work with Democratic leaders shows he's serious about his agenda.

Some Republicans took issue with Trump striking a budget deal with Democrats last week and then meeting with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Wednesday to discuss border security and what to do about so-called “Dreamers."

On "Hannity," Gorka argued that Trump won the election with a message of "make America great again," not "make the Republican Party great again."

"It isn't the Republican Party that won last November the 8th. It is a New York real estate billionaire who won. And there's a reason for that: because they haven't served the nation's interests for more than a decade," Gorka said.

Hannity said that he thinks Trump is sending a message to the GOP that they need to get their act together and fulfill their promises to the American people or he's going to find another way to push his agenda.

Gorka agreed and pointed out that Trump is a man who "closes the deal."

"I saw a lot of stuff on social media that the president has caved and he's giving in to the Democrats. The opposite is true. He will keep to his agenda," Gorka said. "He's not going to give up. But if he has to work with somebody else to get things done, he's going to do that, because he is results-oriented."

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