After Trump Objectives Murkowski, Indoors Secretary Reportedly Warns Alaska’S Senators : The 2-Manner : Npr

“Zinke’s message, writes the Dispatch News’ Erica Martinson, was that Murkowski’s vote “had put Alaska’s future with the administration in jeopardy.
After Trump Targets Murkowski, Interior Secretary Reportedly Warns Alaska’s SenatorsEnlarge this image toggle caption Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Chip Somodevilla/Getty ImagesHours after President Trump criticized fellow Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s vote on debating health care legislation, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke reportedly called Murkowski and her fellow Alaskan, Sen. Dan Sullivan, to say their state could run into trouble with the Trump administration.
“The call came one day after Murkowski and Sen. Susan Collins, R-Me., voted against debating a replacement for the Affordable Care Act on Tuesday.
“Sullivan says he tried to push back during the call with Zinke Wednesday afternoon, “But the message was pretty clear.
The next morning, the president singled out Murkowski, saying in a tweet that she had “really let the Republicans, and our country, down yesterday.

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