Susan Collins goes from Trump 'learned' his lesson to 'I hope he won't do it again'
Composite image of Donald Trump and Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), photos by Gage Skimore.

Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) announced that she realized she never should have said President Donald Trump learned his lesson. In a Fox News appearance, she tried to change it saying that she hopes he'll behave more responsibly in the future.

Trump told a room full of reporters that he didn't agree, and that he had done nothing wrong. “It was a perfect call."

“The call was wrong. Parts of the call were fine,” said Collins. Adding he “should not” have asked for the Ukraine government to investigate a political opponent. “He should not have done that. And I hope he would not do it again."

Some on Twitter wondered if the experience had helped Collins learn her lesson on Trump.