The American people should be asking Democrats, "do you represent all of us, or do you believe your purpose is to satisfy demands of a constant flow of fringe group dissidents?" Demand answers from the Democrat leaders--Nancy Pelosi in the House, and Chuck Schumer in the Senate--when they wage a daily war against practically every nomination, and decision, President Trump unveils, do you honestly believe you are serving ALL the people, or your usual pockets of fringe group dissidents.
With regards to individual nominations to fill cabinet posts, or any one, of a multitude of Federal Agencies, Pelosi and Schumer are out of the gate challenging each and every candidate. Taking a look at Senator Schumer's personal experience with mistakes he made in the selection of Anthony Weiner to be a trusted aide, should disqualify him from defining someone else's character, and ability to serve the people of this country.
And when a newly elected American President is ridiculed for making a decision directly intended to have a major effect on the safety of our citizens, you...Senator Schumer, damn well better have a purpose other than patronizing to a select audience, all in the name of promoting your political self interests.
As a United States Senator you have every right to question motivations and decisions handed down by President Donald Trump, but quoting his predecessor Barack Obama after capturing the Presidency for the Democratic Party. "I won."
On November 8, 2016, Donald J. Trump WON, and on the 20th of January 2017, he was sworn in to serve ALL the people (citizens) of the United States of America.
The next Presidential election is now less than four years away. If YOU are so confident in your own character and qualifications, you too have a right to challenge PRESIDENT Trump, and make your case in front of the American voters. It might be interesting to see if you could win a national election, outside the security of 'Liberal-land, New York.' Please Chuck--go ahead--win one for your protégé...Carlos Danger.