Can the President question or ridicule a judge?

Why not? Of course he can. This does not upset the balance of power. It does not change the separation of powers. It in fact, shows the difference of power. President Obama criticized the sitting Supreme Court in his Term and now Trump has spoken about a sitting judge. So what? Unless a president usurps that Judges authority then it’s just the natural search for that balance of power.

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Don’t Congressmen and Senators continually question, criticize and often ridicule the standing President whomever it may be? Of course they do and vice versa. But now with a Republican and especially a Trump in office the standard must change somehow?

It’s not seemly of course and is a shame but there is a fight to be had. We don’t have gentlemen politicians as we may have once had. This unfortunately is the system we have created.

According to the social Justice crowd, the defeated Democrats and a spattering of other Marxist the elected officials who won, must bow to them and their demands. It seems they have this a little backwards. I remember a former President say something to the effect of, “Elections matter. I won; you lost. Deal with it.”

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The middle class, the working class, those that actually pay the bills, should remember these people and groups in the next election and continue the streak of defeats these groups have brought to the Democrat Party.

So once again I say President Trump, hold the line. Don’t give in, don’t give up, and keep pushing forward.

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