One thing about Corker saying adious and not putting up with a Bannon primary

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    is that he can set himself up as the one true fiscal conservative / for policy hawk/realist ... and raise all the money on God's earth ... if he decides to take a run at Trump in 20. I sort of doubt he'd split the party, but if Trump's negatives are really bad, Corker might try to save the party at least until 2024

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    Adios?
     
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    They danced around and voted down obamacare 10 trillion times when they knew it wouldnt matter. What makes you think they'll do anything on tax reform?
     

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