Tennessee Sen. Corker: ‘American people should be angrier than they are’

Sen. Corker, who has not endorsed a candidate in this election, concluded his statement by saying, “And to be candid, I think the American people should be angrier than they are.”

Corker says what’s happening in the Republican primary is the result of two things. “The fecklessness and ineptness of the Washing establishment in failing to address the big issues facing our country and years of anger with the overreach of the Obama administration,” the senator explained.
Courtesy: WKRN

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Republican U.S. Senator Bob Corker released a statement Wednesday saying he has a message to Republican Party leaders.

“Focus more on listening to the American people and less on trying to stifle their voice,” he said.

Corker says what’s happening in the Republican primary is the result of two things.

“The fecklessness and ineptness of the Washing establishment in failing to address the big issues facing our country and years of anger with the overreach of the Obama administration,” the senator explained.

Sen. Corker, who has not endorsed a candidate in this election, concluded his statement by saying, “And to be candid, I think the American people should be angrier than they are.”

His comments come after former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney joined the escalating charge to stop Donald Trump.

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