Donald Trump walks off and cuts interview short after grilling on bypassing Congress VIDEO

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The US President was repeatedly questioned on his decision and if he will hold further talks with the Democrats after they broke down. President Trump walked off the stage during the  press conference in Bedminster New Jersey after a reporter repeatedly grilled him on whether he was setting a new precedent that the President was above Congress.     

One reporter asked: “Why not just work with Congress on this deal?”

President Trump replied:  “

Another journalist said: “

“This relief is either going to be delayed or blocked indefinitely.”

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President Trump said: “I think it is going to go very rapidly through the courts.

“If we get sued, it’s somebody that doesn’t want people to get money.

“Okay and that is not going to be a very popular thing.”

The reporter asked: “

President Trump interjected: “You ever heard of the word obstruction?

“They have obstructed. Congress has obstructed.

“The Democrats have obstructed people from getting desperately needed money.”

The reporter then repeatedly tried to ask the US President a follow up questioned.

President Trump said before walking off stage: “Right here, no, non, you’re finished.

“Okay, thank you very much everybody, thank you very much.”

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Earlier this week a former US senator stated Donald Trump is “killing” the Republican Party and driving future generations of voters away.

Jeff Flake told BBC Newsnight: “For the Republican Party it is not good for the population, the voters, the citizens or anything.

“Just in terms of what it is doing to the party, it is killing us as Republicans.

“Our brand is tarnished we’re in a demographic cul-de-sac now.”

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