For Those In The Party Of Trump, The Republicans — Not The President — Are To Blame
For those in the Party of Trump, the Republicans — not the president — are to blame
A local music festival in Creedmoor, N.C., on Saturday. (Liz Condo for The Washington Post)OXFORD, N.C. — During one of their usual morning gatherings at the Bojangles’ restaurant in this rural town near the Virginia border, a group of retirees from a local Baptist church shook their heads at the failure of Washington to repeal Obamacare, lower the national debt, build a wall along the southern border, kick people off welfare or get anything else accomplished.
But the focus of their blame is not President Trump — it’s Republicans in Congress whom they view as standing in the …