Juan Williams: Trump’s Fights with GOP and Lack of Legislative Wins ‘Are Troubling Signs’ for Trump
WILLIAMS: "I don’t know. I think that Newt is pretty close to the president. I think the president — coming on FOX, I think the president might be watching. But this is an important message because there are people who are enablers, if you will, Bill, for the president, who tell him everything is going OK, you are still President Trump, you still have the energy, you still have the agenda. But if you look at things like trade, if you look at immigration, if you look — even Bannon wanted — said, you know, we should have higher taxes on the rich, that’s not in keeping with so much of the agenda that’s in the White House and it certainly hasn’t been satisfied in terms of any legislative accomplishment on the part of this White House. And that’s why Newt says, you’re isolated on the Hill, you’re fighting the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, you’re having fights with Jeff Flake. You have Bob Corker, the senator from Tennessee, who has been a royal Trump supporter, coming out and say, this president not — doesn’t look stable, doesn’t look like he has the competence necessary going into the fall, going into fights over the size of the debt limit on the budget. These are troubling signs inside the Republican Party for President Trump at this juncture."