(RightWing.org) – The 2020 Election is right around the corner, and while many candidates might spend much of their time campaigning, that is not the leader we have. President Trump is not slowing down on his work for the country. In fact, the White House chief of staff thinks he’s about to speed up his work.
During a July 6 interview with “Fox & Friends,” Mark Meadows said the president is planning to take action on a number of issues including China, immigration and prescription drugs. The chief of staff said that if Congress doesn’t act, Trump will begin signing executive orders.
President Donald Trump is preparing to issue a series of executive orders on a range of subjects, including China, manufacturing, immigration and prescription drug prices, his chief of staff, Mark Meadows said https://t.co/43TU3j3Lnn
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Since taking office, President Trump has made “America First” his mission. So, it’s no surprise he plans to take action on these issues, especially considering the complete failure of congress to get anything done.
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