Bob Corker on Omnibus Bill: ‘Maybe the Republican Party Has Lost Its Soul’

‘There’s a lot of discussions about the fact that maybe the Republican Party has lost its soul’

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CORKER: "When you multiply that times ten, that's a trillion and a half. You know there's going to be increases over that ten-year period. And then if you look at the interest on the debt that it's going to create, it's about a $2 trillion -- we're voting on a bill tonight or tomorrow that's going to add -- there's no question -- a minimum of $2 trillion in deficits over the next ten years. What was fascinating during the month of December when we were dealing -- let me stop for a second. Let me just go down the road. You know, there's a lot of discussions about the fact that maybe the Republican Party has lost its soul. A lot of discussions about that around the country, that maybe the Republican Party has lost its soul."

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