The left is completely freaking out over the passage of the Republican tax reform bill in the Senate on Friday. Senator Mark Warner was on CNN this weekend and actually said that Friday was the worst day of his life.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
Warner: ‘Friday Was My Single Worst Day as a U.S. Senator’
Democratic Sen. Mark Warner (Va.) said on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday that Friday was his “worst day” as a senator so far after the Republican tax bill passed the Senate.
While speaking about the passage of the controversial tax bill with host Jake Tapper, Warner maintained hope that the bill may not become law as the House and Senate attempt to reconcile the differences between their two bills in conference.
“Is there any chance that this bill will not become law?” Tapper asked Warner.
“I think there still remains some chance,” Warner replied. “And I was saying, Friday was my single worst day as a U.S. senator.”
Warner emphasized that he was disappointed because he wanted to be a part of a bipartisan effort on tax reform since he realizes there needs to be changes to corporate rates to bring back American profits.
He explained, however, that the process of seeing the tax bill pass both the House and Senate “just plain stunk.”
Watch the video:
Did you notice that CNN’s Jake Tapper didn’t challenge a single Democrat talking point about the bill? Not one.