President Trump proved early in his presidency that he not only isn’t afraid to use executive action orders, but that he quite likes it. He used executive action orders to walk back many of the most disastrous aspects of ObamaCare, such as penalizing people for not having insurance, as well as to get the Dakota Access Pipeline project moving, so as to remove us from our dependency of Middle Eastern oil. He even used an executive order action to block people from coming into our country from seven known terrorist nations, and try as the left did to block this order, the most important parts of his order were held up by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Now, despite several setbacks with his healthcare plan to replace ObamaCare, President Trump is considering, and will more than likely use an executive order to get much of the plan placed into law.
According to a recent article from online media outlet RedState Watcher, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) leaked that President Trump is considering taking executive action to get his healthcare plan implemented, since it was stalled, yet again. Despite not having done their jobs well, Congress is set to go on the longest August recess they’ve had in sixty years.
Don’t be surprised if a lot of vacations end early and you see a lot of elected officials rushing back to D.C. to be obstructionists.