On Tuesday, Trump took to Twitter to lambaste "Liddle Bob Corker", after the Tennessee Republican said he anxious that Trump's belligerent foreign policy rhetoric could ignite "World War III".
According to the poll by Associated Press and NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, 65 percent of Americans think Trump's recent remarks regarding the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) have made the situation worse.
Corker, who is not seeking re-election in 2018, disputed Trump's version of events.
A new report from Vanity Fair claims that President Trump recently vented to his security chief about his hatred for those who work in the White House.
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However, he struggled the last two weeks with quarterback ratings of 70.3 against the Jets and 71.1 against the Saints. As a result, Matt Cassel will start at QB for Tennessee on Sunday, with Brandon Weeden slated to back him up.
In a 25-minute telephone interview with the Times, Corker questioned Trump's fitness for office and said that the president's recklessness is endangering the country - an assessment he said was shared by most other Senate Republicans. He added, "I know [Trump] has hurt, in several instances, he's hurt us as it relates to negotiations that were underway by tweeting things out".
Corker was a prominent supporter of Trump's 2016 campaign and one of the few Republicans with gravitas willing to embrace the reality television star's candidacy before he won the GOP nomination.
Some of Trump's allies, including former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon, have called on him to resign.
On Oct. 9, Corker stated that Trump had intentionally made inaccurate statements on a regular basis.
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At least 10 people are reported dead, around 100 injured and at least 1,500 homes and businesses have already been destroyed. About 20 people spent the night at El Modena High, where they were served a breakfast of coffee, donuts and fruit.
Corker's comments have already infuriated Trump's base.
Bob Corker of Tennessee asserted during an interview that the majority of his Republican colleagues privately believe that President Donald Trump is prone to making dishonest statements.
But the president on Tuesday downplayed the possibility that the sharply personal feud with Corker - whom Trump referred to as "Liddle' Bob" in a tweet earlier in the day - could derail his push to find 50 Republican senators to support still-emerging tax overhaul legislation.
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Foreigners, including Iranians, know that Mattis is serious, but they also know that he does not speak for the president. The president also faced backlash after he tweeted attacks on San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz's leadership.
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