' We're on the Right Path': Trump Responds to Senator Corker's WWIII Accusations

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The clash between Corker and Trump highlights fraying relations between the President and the men and women in Congress who the White House needs to deliver on the agenda Trump ran on. Trump then said that Corker was partly responsible for the Iran nuclear deal, which Trump had already characterized and one of the worst deals in history.

Corker that evening spoke with New York Times reporters and said he is concerned that Trump is running his White House and the federal government like "a reality show".

Audio, transcript: The Times released excerpts from the interview, as well as audio here. Former Trump strategist Steve Bannon called on Corker to resign, while House Budget Chairman Diane Black (R-Tenn.) took Trump's side over her home state colleague. Trump wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. "That's a tall order". The Tennessee senator had asked the journalist to record their conversation and said that his staff was recording as well. Bob Corker's warning that his brash and unsteady style could put the United States "on the path to World War III". "Talk is better than nothing, but action is what counts".

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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.

Little reaction: NBC News rounds up reaction from top Republicans to Corker's statements about the president and finds "silence or a shrug".

Corker urged Trump to visit Alabama and campaign alongside unusual in the closing days of the runoff campaign, and the president now partly blames Corker for encouraging him to get involved in a contest that has hurt his political standing, according to a person close to Trump and familiar with the dynamics. "I haven't made that statement".

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