WASHINGTON: It wasn’t too way back that Donald Trump derided presidential government orders as “power grabs” and a “basic disaster.”
He is switched sides in an enormous method: In annually of his presidency, he has issued extra government orders than former President Barack Obama throughout the identical span.
He surpassed Obama’s third-year whole only recently.
Again in 2012, Trump tweeted: “Why Is @BarackObama constantly issuing executive orders that are major power grabs of authority?”
Andrew Rudalevige, a professor at Bowdoin School, says Trump seems to have realized what his predecessors found, too: It is simpler and infrequently extra satisfying to get issues completed via administrative motion than to get Congress to go alongside.
Trump has to date issued 130 government orders. By comparability, Obama issued 108 in his first three years.



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