Examples of obstructionism in a Sentence
They accused the other political party of obstructionism.
Recent Examples of obstructionism from the Web
However Tuesday’s senate hearing was a chance to pin Sessions down publicly for his obvious obstructionism and lying.
Frustrated by Republican obstructionism when Democrats held control of the Senate, Merkley became a big backer of filibuster reform, calling to eliminate the 60-vote threshold to advance legislation and nominees.
The pattern of deception and obstructionism exhibited by UC President Janet Napolitano underscores the need for a more thorough review.
If progressives’ mood today is any indication, the Democratic base will demand anger and fiery obstructionism, which is hardly Booker’s style.
Envy and identity politics and obstructionism aren't either.
Senate Democrats: A SLOG OF LEGISLATION SIGNED: Despite historic Democratic obstructionism, President Trump has accomplished little through the legislative process.
Despite historic Democrat obstructionism, President Trump has worked with Congress to pass more legislation in his first 100 days than any President since Truman.
This resistance movement is the mirror image of the tea party, which has pushed Republicans into a period of obstructionism that persists even with their transition to the governing party.
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OBSTRUCTIONISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of obstructionism for English Language Learners
: things that are done to stop or delay the progress of a legal or political process
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