Thankfully, he can't use the power in the Constitution because both chambers have an agreement on when they should adjourn; it's only when there's a disagreement that the president may step in and unilaterally adjourn both chambers at once. But again, the usual Trump defenders look the other way; ask them what if Obama had done this, and they'll say that maybe he should have done it (you know, despite the many comments about King Obama...)
He has given the congress over 3 years and they have done nothing.
Given that the GOP controlled Congress for the 2 of those years, and they still control the Senate, you should start looking to see why GOP leaders did nothing except confirm judges and pass a tax cut bill.
NIKV69 wrote:Cry me a river.
Pelosi and Schumer won't even talk to him and won't work across the aisle. Once Hillary lost they made it clear they would do nothing but obstruct.
Kavanaugh was a perfect example of how to take unfounded allegations and try to ruin a mans career by opposing everything that isn't left of center.
Because clearly the GOP rolled over when Obama nominated Sotomayor and Kagan to the Supreme Court (although then, the Democrats controlled the Senate and there was more bipartisanship to the point where cloture could be invoked and passed, even if the Senators did not vote for the nominee in the end).