Throughout Friday’s Democratic Weekly Address, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) specified today “may have been the most chaotic week of what’s undoubtedly the most disorderly presidency ever in the history of the United States.”

Schumer stated, ” This might have been the most disorderly week of what’s unquestionably the most disorderly presidency ever in the history of the United States. The stock exchange is in a tumult and in decrease. The secretary of defense, among the only sets of stable hands in our federal government, is resigning from the administration in demonstration. And the United States is pulling out of Syria, and most likely Afghanistan, abandoning our coalitions, allies, and the Kurds, and giving up the field to Putin, Iran, Hezbollah, ISIS, the Taliban, and Bashar al-Assad. The position of defense secretary, of chief law officer, of ambassador to the United Nations, of interior secretary, and even … chief of staff to the president are all in flux. The organizations of our federal government absence steady and skilled management.”

He continued, “With all of these departures, it will get back at more unstable. The president is making choices without counsel, without preparation, and even without communication in between relevant departments and relevant companies. All of this turmoil is triggering chaos in the markets, mayhem abroad, and it’s making the United States less prosperous and less safe and secure. And to top it all off, President Trump has actually thrown a mood tantrum, and now has us careening towards a Trump shutdown over Christmas.”

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