Why President Trump Should Veto The Bill Prohibiting Him From Firing Robert Mueller

Daniel Oliver, The Federalist

By vetoing the bill (and having Congress override it), Trump could tell Congress and the nation that what Congress proposed is unconstitutional and that his sworn obligation is to support and defend the constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, whatever the political consequences may be. This could be Trump’s finest hour. The briar patch awaits.

New Poll: Conservatives Wanted Trump to Veto Spending Bill

According to a new poll by FedUp PAC, a veto was supported by 94%, who agreed that it would be better for President Trump “to shut down the government for a while” rather than sign the Omnibus.  Only 1% supported Trump’s decision to sign the bill.

Nikki Haley: Biggest Surprise Of 2017

When Nikki Haley was announced as President Trump’s choice for UN ambassador we looked at her ties to the Republican establishment and announced ourselves as, to say the least, skeptical, but Haley has proven to be one of President Trump’s more inspired personnel choices and her success in that role is the biggest surprise of 2017.

O Will Shutdown Gov't w/ Veto If GOP Tries to Stop Amnesty

Allahpundit, Hot Air

O refusing to sign a bill that funded most of the government, no strings attached, because of a separate fight over immigration could be a hard sell for lefties. And not just in the short term: Dems may lose their appetite for playing hardball in the future.

The President of NO

R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., American Spectator

Don't expect any accommodation from Obama toward the Repub. majorities in Congress. The best thing that Boehner and McConnell could do is to flood the WH with utterly reasonable bills. Then display dismay when O vetoes them. Let Obama spend the next 2 years playing the role of “The President of No!”

GOP: VA Dems' Sen. Takeover an Outrageous Power Grab

Kenric Ward,

“The new Senate rules subvert the Virginia Constitution by creating a veto and vesting it in the chairman of the Rules Committee. It is a partisan game to advance a radical agenda without accountability to Virginia voters,” said state Sen. Tom Garrett. Warning: this could happen in your state.

Hispanic ‘Bomb’ Will Likely Fizzle

Erick Erickson, Red State

Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s veto of a bill granting driver’s licenses for illegals just could help him.