Here are donor reactions. The Bundler: Republican lobbyist Bill Miller from Austin, TX “I’m not saying they’ve cut them off for good, but they have cut them off temporarily,” Miller says. “This conversation has been repeated more than a few times, ‘Not going to give right now, Bill, I’m just mad. Nah, not going to give right now.'” The Donor: Arizona-based oil drilling CEO, Dan Eberhart He donated about $200,000 in the last election to campaigns and super-PACs. Much of that, he directed to the Republican Party itself: $70,000 to the Republican National Committee and $15,000 to the National Republican Senatorial Committee, the party’s campaign arm supporting Senate candidates. This year, he’s holding back. [...] “I don’t know why donors should give to the NRSC until tax reform is passed,” Eberhart says. “Thanks for [Supreme Court Justice Neil] Gorsuch, but you haven’t otherwise used the majority.” PIF,, why do you have such a difficult time accepting facts, if it is something that goes against your philosophy.. GOP Senators have admitted it openly, and then Donors are loudly demanding it. They paid for these guys and now they want their fvvvkin money. Why don't you want to accept the fact that this is a donor bill and not a middle class tax cut.