Bowling and dinner, doesn't sound very Presidential does it? Well, there may be a method to the madness here by President Donald Trump as he's using the age old technique of inviting rivals to dinner for a peaceful meal.
Sara Westwood, White House correspondent for the Washington Examiner, shared her thoughts on the President's attempt to foster reconciliation. Westwood explains that Senator Cruz (R-TX) was vague after the dinner but believes that it's a safe bet that Obamacare came up during the dinner. Cruz was one of three conservatives in the Senate that are standing in the way of the passage of the American Health Care Act.
"Republicans can only lose two votes before they're going to have real trouble getting this health care legislation through the Senate. So they really need every Republican to be on board with this particular legislation because they're passing it through budget reconciliation," Westwood states. "Ted Cruz is really key to getting Trump Care as it's been dubbed through the Senate."