AWW! Dem Senator Regrets Making Presidential Appointments Easier Now That It’ll Benefit Trump (VIDEO)


Democrats changed a lot of rules to benefit Obama. Now, many of those changes are coming back to haunt them. It couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of people.

In the clip below, Senator Chris Coons of Delaware admits that he regrets making it easier for the president to make appointments. They never planned for this. Once Obama was elected, they really believed they would be the party in power forever.

The Washington Free Beacon reported:

Sen. Chris Coons Regrets Making Appointments Simpler to Confirm

Senator Chris Coons (D., Del.) said on CNN Tuesday that he regrets the rule change Senate Democrats made to the nomination process.

“The filibuster no longer acts as an emergency brake on the nomination,” Coons said.

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The senator was questioned on the nomination process and the rule changes that senate Democrats had made in order to keep Republicans from derailing their selected nominees.

Coons admitted that Democrats had watered down the nomination process after Kate Bolduan mentioned that Republican’s could now take advantage of the simpler consent process.

“I do regret that. Frankly I think many of us will regret that in this congress because it would have been a terrific speed bump, potential emergency break, to have in our system to slow down the confirmation of extreme nominees,” Coons said.

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Watch the video:

Expect to see lots of regret like this in the coming months.

The Democrats made this bed. Now they have to lie in it.


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