NYPOST by Marc Thiessen --
As a conservative, I’m thrilled by the arrival of unified Republican
government. But the politician I’m most grateful to in Washington today
isn’t President Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan or Senate Majority Leader
It’s Chuck Schumer.
That’s because the Democratic Senate minority leader is doing more
than anyone in our nation’s capital to ensure the passage of the most
conservative health-care and tax reform possible — while working
overtime to make sure that Democrats who voted for Trump in 2016 stay in
the GOP fold in 2018 and beyond.
The biggest fear many conservatives had after the 2016 election was
that Trump would be too quick to cut deals with the Democrats. He holds
heterodox positions on everything from spending, foreign policy and
entitlements to the minimum wage, trade and health care.