"This is a non-traditional presidency," Sen. John Cornyn, a Texas Republican and member of a GOP member team, was asked about the White House transition from Congress. "And the president is of the opinion that he does not need much advice to do the work himself."
The White House has also ignored the scientific things of GOP senators about Trump's relationship with acting secretaries to celebrate his cabinet, a move that prevents Senate's and his officials' confirmation process from occurring temporarily. to exclude from the nomination hearings that & # 39; are intended to place their positions on & # 39; get a record and accountability for supervision.
Republican Senator Ron Johnson, the president of the Homeland Security Committee, called it "no good situation".
"I think this is the way our system works – with control and balance," said Johnson of Wisconsin.
While republics say Democrats are making the confirmation process harder, they call for the Trump administration to call fixed headlines.
"An acting person is there for a limited time, and you want to have so much continuity in leadership positions," says Sen. Mitt Romney, a republic of Utah.
"I think the acting secretary problem is problematic, if we have no members for the supervision we have," said Senator Shelley Moore Capito, a Western West republic.
"I think Congress will continue to do more," Cory Gardner, a Republican from Colorado, told CNN.
"I think he is trying what he believes is a presidency, where many of us see it and say that the president makes it easier than it should be," said Sen. Mike Rounds, a South Dakota republic.
When asked if it was a good idea to follow the sacred city behavior, Senator John Kennedy said: "No, not for me."
"The president has chosen to use a stick," Kennedy said in a Louisiana republican. "He may be right, but I'll also try a trash."
"I don't know if it's legal or illegal," Scott told CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union" as asked about the proposal. "I mean, maybe it's just that everyone can make free, talk to everyone about it."
Scott added: "But what I know is there at the door – I've been in the Senate for 90 days, we're not worried about our borders.
Capito, the responsible for home country security representatives, told Trump's operation that it would make it harder to make the border security money in future issues.
"I look at my bills and I'll go, & # 39; how do we get there? & # 39; And I think that's a problem going on next years of finance, and it'll be a problem," she says.
The disconnect has been expanded to view the nominations. Johnson said he was "waiting for" by Trump's decision to draw the Vitiello nomination, saying the ICE candidate had done a "really good job" with the senators and guarding their concerns.
"But you have to talk to them about the reasons and the riddle for that," he said.
"I always had a president on my phone," said Senator Chuck Grassley, the president of a senate financial committee. "And this president has called me a lot on my phone."
CNN's Devan Cole has contributed to this report.