Critics said it made an implicit appeal to deep-seated racial fears about black men and white women.
Sen. Bob CorkerRobert (Bob) Phillips CorkerOPINION: Congress should censure Trump for his unfit conduct How to fix Fannie and Freddie to give Americans affordable housing No. 2 Senate Republican backs McConnell in Trump fight MORE (R-Tenn.) on Friday praised the Trump administration's new set of economic sanctions on Venezuela, amid an ongoing war of words with President Trump.
Following Trump's wavering and widely denounced responses to the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Corker criticized the president's leadership.
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Corker is a former businessman his construction company got its big break with a contract to install drive-thru windows at Krystal restaurants and served as Chattanooga mayor before his election to the Senate in 2006. Corker called the ad tacky and said it should stop running, but it took the RNC almost a week to pull it off the air. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Corker. His advisers still insist the ad hurt the Republican more than it helped him.
He's also lashed out multiple times at Sens. Trump in turn considered Corker as a possible vice-presidential running mate and secretary of state.
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Last week, chief strategist Steve Bannon was dismissed, and two others - Press Secretary Sean Spicer and White House communications director Anthony Scaramucc - were ousted earlier.
"It's just an unusual relationship", Corker said. I know that for a fact. And that's a privilege.
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Eventualy, Trump failed to stop the enactment of the sanctions bill which was passed by Congress. Corker said he felt compelled to voice criticism of Donald Trump after the president said white supremacists didn't bear all the blame for a melee in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a woman was killed after being struck by a vehicle driven into a crowd.
Green announced in early August that he did not intend to run against Corker in 2018 based on how "everything sits right now".
The senator has voted in line with the president's priorities almost 90 percent of the time, according to FiveThirtyEight. "But I see my job as saying what I think and his job is saying what he thinks".