Nebraska Republicans Face Hard Hitting Questions About Trump
Like their Republican colleagues across the country, Nebraska's congressional delegation members are facing boisterous crowds at town hall meetings, demanding answers on everything from health care to a slew of President Donald Trump's actions since taking office in January.
U.S. Senator Ben Sasse got a dose at constituent meetings in Omaha and Aurora on Friday. Despite an early 8 am appearance in a west Omaha high school, about 500 people showed up to pepper him with questions and concerns. Most dealt with the GOP health care reform plan, but some people expressed outrage over Trump's cabinet picks and habit of posting on social media.
A day earlier, U.S. Senator Deb Fischer fielded similar questions from crowds in Holdrege and Kearney.