Unless Republicans are "total quitters", Trump tweeted, they will revive their yearslong effort to repeal and replace ObamaCare. DeWit is one of the few notable Republicans in the state to have backed Trump's candidacy.
It's now official: Republicans - at least those, like Flake, who care about keeping their seats in Congress - are sprinting away from Trump as his presidency continues to erupt in a flames.
According to Flake, his party can no longer approach this presidency as normal and doing so requires "a determined suspension of critical faculties".
Even the "conservatives" Senator Flake admires reveal his disposition toward the sort of Republican who will pay lip service to conservative principle while acting like a liberal.
"We haven't tried all options yet", Graham told reporters just off the Senate floor.
Yet you behave like you've suddenly awakened to find President Trump looming over you, golf club in hand, ready to strike.
Other possible GOP challengers that have been mentioned include former state party chairman Robert Graham and state Treasurer Jeff DeWit, who served as chief operating officer for Trump's national campaign. But he does say that after Obama's 2008 wave election, conservatives got reeallllyy motivated to defeat him. He relies on the support from conservatives and he is up for reelection in 2018.
"There's just too much animosity and we're too divided on healthcare", Sen. An excerpt appeared online today, essentially placing blame for the instability in the White House on the silence of his fellow conservatives.
"Too often, we observe the unfolding drama along with the rest of the country, passively, all but saying, 'Someone should do something!' without seeming to realize that that someone is us", said Flake.
20 people killed in Herat explosion in Afghanistan
A security source, who declined to be named, said IS could prove to be more risky than the Taliban in Afghanistan. "There has been an explosion at the gate of Jawadya mosque in Herat city, possible caused by a auto bomb".
"If by 2017 the conservative bargain was to go along for the very bumpy ride because with congressional hegemony and the White House we had the numbers to achieve some long-held policy goals - even as we put at risk our institutions and our values - then it was a very real question whether any such policy victories wouldn't be Pyrrhic ones".
"Conservatives want America to be strong", he continued.
Republicans, he continued, need to recognize that Americans voted Trump into office and the party overwhelmingly nominated him. "But it was also a monumental dodge".
So, what to do about it?
He said he also believes that there should be a "humane and generous mechanism" for people who have crossed the nation's border illegally to support their families, but who have not committed other criminal acts. But as powerful as Flake's words are, it's not unreasonable to ask when, and whether, the Arizona Republican intends to back up the talk with action.
Flake refused to endorse then-candidate Donald Trump's presidential bid, calling for Trump to drop out of the race after audio tapes surfaced in which Trump bragged about groping unwilling women.
His policies on Europe, NATO, Russia and trade are the opposite of what Republicans have advocated for sixty years.
As the Arizona senator wrote, those in Congress - especially Republicans - "bear particular responsibility" for allowing it to get to this point and it is there job to stand up and do something.