In one of my last posts I looked at the budding menage-a-trois between Donald Trump, Nancy Pelosi, and Chuck Schumer.
And how it was making many Republicans really nervous.
Well last night Trump invited Chuck and Nancy to have dinner at the White House.
And for many Republicans it must have looked like the last supper.
With Trump playing the role of Jesus AND Judas, and betraying the once Grand Old Party.
Democratic leaders on Wednesday night declared that they had a deal with President Trump to quickly extend protections for young undocumented immigrants and to finalize a border security package that does not include the president’s proposed wall.
Which left some of his die-hard supporters fuming.
Nearing midnight and into Thursday, social media accounts came alive as elected officials and activists on the right dashed off tweets and posts to share their shock. And in between those posts, there was a flurry of fuming calls and text messages — a blaring political fire alarm among Trump’s die-hard supporters.
“The reality is sinking in that Trump administration is on the precipice of turning into an establishment presidency,” Sam Nunberg, a former Trump campaign adviser, said in an interview early Thursday morning.
While over at Steve Bannon's Breitbart they were not only accusing Trump of caving.
In a meeting with establishment politicians from the Problem Solvers Caucus and the Blue Dog Coalition, President Trump signaled a full-fledged cave on the issue of giving amnesty to nearly 800,000 illegal aliens currently protected by an Obama-created executive immigration program.
Many in his rabid base were calling Trump a traitor...
Whether Trump caves in the face of this angry reaction, remains to be seen. And he was pouring out tweets this morning to try to calm his base down.
But there is no doubt that something has changed, and that Trump may have seen the writing on that other wall.
President Donald Trump is adopting a new approach to governing after a rocky start to his term. One adviser told Axios' Mike Allen that after seven months in office, the president finally realized, "people really f---ing hate me."
But since his base is unlikely to give an inch, and the Democratic base is unlikely to embrace him, he will almost certainly find himself between a rock and a hard place.
And you know what happened after the Last Supper...
And nothing will save him now.....