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CNN's Gergen Questions Trump's Focus

CNN's Gergen Questions Trump's Focus
(AP)

By    |   Wednesday, 28 June 2017 10:35 PM EDT

CNN political analyst David Gergen on Wednesday questioned the focus of President Donald Trump, who held a re-election fundraiser at his hotel near the White House one day after the GOP healthcare bill seemingly collapsed on the Senate floor.

"You would think tonight that the President would be scrambling, doing everything he could, to rescue the health care reform bill which is now in serious trouble in the Senate," Gergen said, Mediaite reports.

"We're 159 days since his inauguration. We're 1124 days until the next election. You would think the emphasis would be on trying to be a good president right now and then let the re-election take care of itself down the road."

The dinner, hosted by Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel and finance chair Steve Wynn, was planned earlier this month and cost $35,000 per plate.

It was the first event for Trump since he assumed the presidency and it benefitted the Trump Victory Fund, a joint fundraising committee with the RNC.

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CNN political analyst David Gergen on Wednesday questioned the focus of President Donald Trump, who held a re-election fundraiser at his hotel near the White House one day after the GOP healthcare bill seemingly collapsed on the Senate floor.
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