Do you think President Trump should work with the opposing party to achieve bipartisanship?

Senator Chuck Schumer and Representative Nancy Pelosi declared on Wednesday night that they had a deal with President Donald Trump to quickly extend protections for DACA immigrants and to finalize a border security package that does not include the president’s proposed wall.

But on Thursday morning, the president contradicted the Schumer and Pelosi, saying no deal had been struck. 

This is only a week after Trump made an agreement with Schumer and Pelosi to increase the debt limit and finance the government for three months, which enraged his party.

Those who support Trump's two recent bipartisan moves say that this is a positive development and that Trump should work closely with members of the opposing party in Congress to increase bipartisanship. Others say Trump should focus on advancing his own party's programs and not worry about working with the opposing party in Congress.

Yes, Trump should work closely with members of the opposing party in Congress.
80% (33 votes)
No, Trump should advance his own party's programs and not worry about working with the opposing party.
20% (8 votes)
Total votes: 41

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