Gorka: Democrats 'Can't Psychologically Cope' With Trump's Success in Office
Former White House adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka praised President Donald Trump's multitude of accomplishments thus far in office on Monday.
Gorka said Trump has already achieved what "most presidencies would be happy with after eight years."
"It drives them insane," Gorka said of Democrats. "They can't psychologically cope with it."
Critics still blasted the president and his leadership on Monday, even as his administration opened the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.
Gorka added that although the leaks within the White House "disturb" him, they will "be dealt with."
"I know there are still people in the White House who don't respect the president," he said.
The Heritage Foundation found that Trump and his administration have "embraced nearly two-thirds of the policy recommendations" of its “Mandate for Leadership.”
"The 'Mandate for Leadership' series includes five individual publications, totaling approximately 334 unique policy recommendations," it said.
Gorka also applauded Trump's tax reform bill, which gave cash bonuses to around five million Americans.
"That's going to be great for November," he said.
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