Congressional Republicans warn Trump that he needs to coordinate with them more on policy rollouts

Congressional Republicans are warning President Trump that a first 100 days that unfolds like his administration’s chaotic first 10 days could undermine their agenda and spark a voter revolt.

The White House’s lack communication and coordination with allies in Congress — and even agencies charged with carrying out Trump’s executive orders — has left Republicans frustrated and concerned.

They stand ready to support Trump, even on some of his more politically charged actions, but can’t do so effectively if the administration acts secretively and without input.

A House Republican consistently supportive of Trump described the new administration as a “garage band,” reflecting his colleagues’ anxiety that voters could interpret an ongoing state of chaos as incompetence.