Now that Trump is in office, the RINOs in the Republican party have really made themselves known.
When Trump initially launched his presidential bid, many questioned his conservative credentials. He was a New York-based celebrity who didn't exactly have a reputation for fiscal restraint. Trump certainly talked like a conservative, but he had no record to be judged.
But ever since Trump entered the White House, he has been delivering a steady stream of conservative wins — from slashing regulations to ending Obama-era rules limiting states' rights.
One would think this would delight Republican lawmakers, but some have proved unwilling to sign on to Trump's conservative agenda. We already saw it happen when three Republican Senators defected from the Obamacare repeal bill.
We already saw it happen when three Republican Senators defected from the Obamacare repeal bill. Now we're seeing it again from the nation's GOP governors.
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