Skip to comments.5 things Trump did this week while you weren't looking (Winning!)
Posted on 10/06/2017 1:09:44 PM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum
With the Las Vegas shooting dominating national news, and the awkward personal drama between President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson captivating Washington, it was easy to miss just how much policy unfolded in the past week. On the diplomatic front, Trump kicked out 15 Cuban diplomats, a response to the strange attack on American personnel in the American Embassy in Havana. And on Friday, a trio of agencies issued new rules that roll back Obamacare's birth control mandate.
But there was more: Across government, agencies continued to undo Barack Obamas legacy and usher in a new era of conservative policy, including a big regulatory shift from the Treasury Department and a new tough-on-crime announcement from the Department of Justice. Heres how Trump changed American policy this week:
1. Treasury keeps one Obama-era tax ruleand targets many others
2. DOJ revives a Bush-era approach to violent crime
3. DOJ shifts its legal position on transgender discrimination
4. FDA promises a new Nutrition Facts Panelin 2020.
5. Trump is renegotiating another trade agreement
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
And in his spare time looking at candidates to replace: Kelly, McMasters and Tillerson.
6. On Monday, DJT sent DOJ AG a ‘Get Well Soon’ card.
7. On Thursday, DJT sent DOJ AG a brochure for an all expense paid vacation to the US Virgin Islands.
I’d love to see him send Jared and Ivanka back to their NYC bubble.
He also whittled down government life time employees by a very large ratio.
Turning back the hands of time is HARD WORK....Being President is HARD WORK - Per former President George W. Bush.
Id love to see him send Jared and Ivanka back to their NYC bubble.
Just stop. None of us know what influence they do or do not have. He wants them there. I trust DJTs gut on everything else Ill continue to do so
Caused libs to go to psychiatrists in droves. That is winning
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