Some Golf Course, Florida - Donald Trump, in the wake of the defeat of his Health Care Initiative, has indicated that members of Congress who stand in the way of his agenda will face the anger of voters when elections take place next year.
The overwhelming victory Trump achieved last November, in which he won a huge victory in the electoral college, provided a stunning mandate for a change in the direction of the U.S. Government, and those voting against Trump in Congress face rejection by voters should they stand in the way of Trump's agenda, such as the defeat of "Trumpcare" in the House of Representatives, according to sources in the administration. "I'm going to come after you", Trump told one representative who was reluctant to support his health care plan.
About 55% of voters went to the polls last November, a twenty year low, but of those that voted, Trump received more than 46% of the vote, representing more than 26% of the total electorate. These voters will be shocked to learn of any failure by their local representatives to support the Trump agenda, and are likely to sweep those incumbents opposing Trump from power in 2018 mid-term elections.
Furthermore, of the 26% voting for Trump, it has been estimated by some pollsters that up to half were really voting against Hillary Clinton, instead of strongly supporting the former reality TV star. But those 13% of voters who are strong backers of Trump will exact a terrible revenge on any Senator or Representative foolish enough to vote against Trump sponsored legislation, sources close to the administration claimed.