Trump Singles Out Members of House Freedom Caucus In New Tweets About ‘Getting on Board’



President Trump is apparently done taking more generalized shots at the House Freedom Caucus and is calling out certain members by name.

First, he touted an op-ed in The Hill by Congressman Ken Buck:

In the op-ed, Buck argues that a yes vote on the American Health Care Act — which was pulled from the House floor last week — “is the principled, conservative position.”

But then Trump followed up with tweets that singled out caucus chairman Mark Meadows, along with fellow members Jim Jordan and Raúl Labrador:

After Trump tweeted a shot at the caucus this morning, Labrador had this to say on Twitter:

And Chairman Meadows said in an interview today with the Washington Examiner, “The president is a leader. He is a negotiator. He is someone who believes that, at this point, the Freedom Caucus is holding up his agenda. He’s not being well served in that.”

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