- Republicans have been pushing big-spending, deficit-booming items for much of the Trump presidency.
- The latest evidence came in the form of a spending deal that would add millions more to the federal deficit over the next decade.
- Some of the “Tea Party” conservatives who came to Washington years ago to fight big spending feel demoralized at the state of the GOP.
WASHINGTON — Republicans in Congress are on a tear during the Donald Trump administration, ushering in big-spending and deficit-ballooning advancements in direct contrast to the Tea Party wave that reshaped the modern GOP.
Senate Republicans are charging full steam ahead with big-spending items
- The NSA sent coded messages to a shadowy Russian on its official Twitter account
- Tactical units spent weeks trying to breach and climb Trump’s border wall prototypes — and they’re nearly impossible to scale
- Trump reportedly agreed to be interviewed by Jeanine Pirro for a book rebutting Wolff’s ‘Fire and Fury’