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Trump-less is more

"...The president had called reporters in to brag about his executive order, the one that had required cutting more old regulations before adding new. “We aimed for two for one,” he beamed. “We hit 22 for one.” His administration was shredding so much so fast in the first year of his term that Trump wondered “if we will have anything left to cut.”

But there is more left, three years later. A lot more, senior White House staffers tell RealClearPolitics, and, during a pandemic, Trump is having a deregulatory moment. As coronavirus burns its way around the globe, Trump has been shoveling the federal register into the fire one page at a time. The president announced another executive order Tuesday, this one to make permanent the regulatory rollbacks already ordered in response to COVID-19...."

Estimated savings-$220 billion.
05-22-2020 01:58 PM
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