House Speaker Paul Ryan visits with President Donald Trump on a regular basis about congressional issues. Congress gaining the favor of the sitting president is diametrically opposed to our founders’ view of the separation of powers.
House Speaker Paul Ryan visits with President Donald Trump on a regular basis about congressional issues. Congress gaining the favor of the sitting president is diametrically opposed to our founders’ view of the separation of powers. File photo AP
House Speaker Paul Ryan visits with President Donald Trump on a regular basis about congressional issues. Congress gaining the favor of the sitting president is diametrically opposed to our founders’ view of the separation of powers. File photo AP

Congress no longer works as the Founding Fathers intended

March 08, 2018 08:30 PM