Jeff Flake on Trump: ‘Chaos Is Not a Good Principle’

‘Conservatives have always been more steady in demeanor and comportment’

FLAKE: "Mike joked one time saying, I feel like we’re 'Minutemen' arriving at the battlefront and told the revolution is over. And that’s how we felt. We got no child left behind. Prescription drug benefit and in 2006 we were turned out of the majority and lost the White House in 2008. So this problem of principle that we’re having now didn’t start with President Trump. It started long before. But some of the policies the president has put forward, policies of isolationism, those are foreign to conservatives. We’ve always believed in free trade and conservatives have always been more steady in demeanor and comportment. That means something. Chaos is not a good principle." 

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