Ladies and gentlemen, your Republican Party:
R's write bad bill.
R's pass bill.
R's blame O for not criticizing enough.https://t.co/58Calm7x8e
— Michael Grunwald (@MikeGrunwald) September 30, 2016
Do you think Grunwald is exaggerating? Nope. The Wall Street Journal, for example, spent several hundred words acknowledging that Congress's position on the 9/11 bill was embarrassing, "But not nearly as embarrassing as the junior-varsity effort by [the president], who made it easy for Congress to trample him.
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