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Senator Bob Corker(R-TN) Chairman of Foreign Relations joined Brian Kilmeade this morning on The Brian Kilmeade Show and expressed concern that President Trump won't follow through on Syria. Corker also weighed in on talk President Trump is considering firing Robert Mueller saying it would be a "massive mistake" that would ruin his presidency if the president were to fire Mueller.

Senator Corker on being worried President Trump will not follow through on Syria

SENATOR BOB CORKER: I'm a little worried. I saw a second tweet that came out this morning where he, in essence, was saying 'let's making nice, let's work together. We can help build the Russian economy.' So I don't know whether that first tweet you're referring to relative to missiles coming, you understand what I'm saying?

BRIAN KILMEADE: I'll read it for everybody.

Donald J. Trump‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump 2h2 hours ago More Our relationship with Russia is worse now than it has ever been, and that includes the Cold War. There is no reason for this. Russia needs us to help with their economy, something that would be very easy to do, and we need all nations to work together. Stop the arms race?

And then he went on.

SENATOR BOB CORKER: You understand my concern is that, uh, well, I stated it already.

Senator Corker on America saying things then moving on

SENATOR BOB CORKER: But look, you can't go out and say you're going to do something and not do it in this world and it's beginning to happen, Brian, too many times. It's happening too much where we say we're going to do this and then we move off and do that, and don't do it. We said we're going to do this and we move off and focus on something else. So I think I think we're at one of those moments now, I don't want to say much more but we, we just we seem to say things and then move on say things to move on say things and move on and the world is watching and people are dying.

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