"So if he needs to bring in the plane and do a rally, he's going to think about doing that", said the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
Since launching his presidential bid in 2015, Trump has shown little reluctance to assail fellow Republican political adversaries as well as Democrats, often in scathing terms.
After the AHCA was withdrawn from the House last week, Hannity insisted that it was "not President Trump's failure". And of those 18 elections, the average seat loss was 33.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) can't offer many details about the investigation into the Trump campaign's alleged ties to Russian Federation, but he's confident that Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is the right person to oversee the congressional probe. But in helping to kill the GOP health care plan, Freedom Caucus members once again delivered on their reputations as anti-establishment agitators, prompting yet another call for party unity from House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Ryan was more conciliatory toward the president than Labrador.
"The two themes Trump ran on is the forgotten man and draining the swamp", Brat said.
"To primary challenge them you'd need a strong candidate who is also well financed", Wells said.
"Moving to the left, and working with Democrats, comes at a price", he said, noting it could expose more Republicans to attacks from the right. That's what the Freedom Caucus is trying to do. "It changed pretty dramatically from 2009 to 2010 [in the GOP's favor]".
"I don't get involved in any of that drama business", he said. "Why is @realDonaldTrump siding w/ estab Repubs (which we know r closet Dems) and looney Dems like Pelosi and Schumer?"
The Twitter jabs against the Freedom Caucus are becoming somewhat routine for Mr. Trump, who was frustrated that he was unable to convince those lawmakers to back a GOP health care bill last week. "And let's throw in the fact that Trump is unpopular and weak and has no Democratic support in Congress". However, analysts warn against attaching too much significance to that in looking down the road. However, those who did vote overwhelmingly for Democrat Hillary Clinton.
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Ryan insisted he did not at any point encourage Nunes to brief the president, who Ryan doesn't believe is under investigation himself, but he knew the committee chairman meant to discuss the documents with numerous officials.
The conventional wisdom holds that any efforts the president makes to reach across the aisle to get support for important initiatives like tax reform or infrastructure renewal are sure to be rebuffed by Democrats disinclined to deal and hardened in their opposition to Trump.
David Bossie, a former deputy campaign manager for Trump, said he began activating and raising money for Make America Great only a few weeks ago. The caucus helped to defeat the GOP Obamacare replacement bill last week.
As Trump fought with House Republicans and House Republicans fought with each other, Senate Republicans expressed alarm and urged efforts at consensus.
For now, the negotiations are being handling by top lawmakers on the House and Senate Appropriations committees, a pragmatic-minded group with a time-tested history of producing results.
The National Journal reports, "Of the 36 at-risk House Republicans, according to The Cook Political Report's ratings, 28 represent urban or suburban districts where Trump isn't particularly popular".
"When people say the Freedom Caucus is jeopardizing the president's agenda, guess what jeopardizes the president's agenda?" said Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., a freshman Freedom Caucus member.
That means that many of Trump's agenda items that are toxic to Democrats start to look less viable as pieces of legislation after 2018 - and maybe a lot sooner if Trump's unpopularity starts to make House Republicans anxious about their election prospects.
There are more than 300 caucuses in total - they're officially known as "Congressional Member Organizations".
For their part, Democrats say they are ready - if not exactly excited - to work with the president.