Trump-Pelosi Hissy-Fits: Does Either Side Win?

In their latest blow-out,  Donald Trump and House Leader Nancy Pelosi each accused the other of wrongdoing, as the war between the Trump Administration and the Congressional Democrats continues.  The latest episode of the contining sit-com was set off when Trump walked out of a scheduled meeting with Dems in the White House.  Trump says he left, because prior to the meeting, Pelosi accused the President of a cover-up regarding his alleged “obstruction of justice.”  As soon as he left the meeting, Trump blasted Pelose and the Democrats in the White House Rose Garden, in a press conference he scheduled before his walk-out.  Critics say Trump went into the meeting having already decided to walk-out, so he could immediately attack Democrats for what he describes as their continuing witch hunt and agenda for his impeachment.  The meeting, by the way, was to discuss the crucial issue of repairing the nation’s infrastructure.  On-Target’s Larry Sparano offers his reaction to the latest partisan skirmish, with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

 

State of the Union: A Win or Loss for Trump?

Democrats are quickly pointing out what they say are all the distortions, exaggerations and lies in Trump’s State-of-the-Union address.  But will it make any difference heading into the 2020 election season?  Will Trump continue to hold his base, and perhaps even win new support?   And can Democrats rally enough votes to oust him by attacking his credibility?   Hear what On-Target’s Larry Sparano thinks, in his latest discussion with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York: