We are only one day away from a new era for the United States.
After the failure of Obama’s social experiment, we are going to see real leadership restored to Washington. Not just the White House, but throughout our government, we will see an end to radical, liberal politics, insider games, and special interests dictating the course of our country.
Once Donald Trump takes the oath of office on Inauguration Day, he is poised to hit the ground running. We know Congress is ready to repeal and replace Obamacare very quickly. But there is even more Trump can do right away.
And his people are already talking about it.
From Allen B. West:
President-elect Trump is expected to issue four to five executive orders as soon as he enters the White House on Friday, according to his transition team.
“He’s got a few of them, probably in the area of four to five, that we’re looking at on Friday,” incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters at the Trump transition headquarters in Washington on Wednesday…
While the inauguration is a a spectacle, a time to celebrate the American tradition of peacefully transferring power, it’s also a time for a president to set the tone for their administration. After eight years of disastrous policies, it appears Trump is going to set the country on a brand new course within hours of taking the oath of office.
Using executive orders, Trump is mostly likely going to undo much of Obama’s decisions. This means an end to illegal handing of immigration, reversing constricting climate-change regulations, and of course dismantling the disaster that is Obamacare.
Liberals have been frequently citing that executive orders should be scaled back, out of fear of what Trump can do as President. They didn’t seem to mind Obama overextending his own power through those orders, even though much of what he did trampled on the Constitution.
It’s more likely President Trump will use executive orders chiefly to reverse the abusive example set by his predecessor. Trump has vowed to work with Congress to enact lasting change for our country, rather than imposing his will, as Obama did.
Given that he has a significant GOP majority in Congress, he won’t have much of a problem doing that.