Soon after the GOP presented a united front around the rollout of President Trump’s tax plan, House Republicans are expressing deep reservations about the Senate’s ability to get the job done.
Lawmakers stung over the failure to pass ObamaCare repeal worry the same fate could befall the tax measure if a handful of senators raise objections.
But it is not only lawmakers that are stung. The voters are in a deep state of unrest over the inability of Congress to act on their priorities. Political strategist Leslie Sorrell explains to me what prevents Congress from getting the job done - AND what we can do about it.