‘I’m Not Making New Law, I’m Eliminating Bad Policy’: Biden Tries To Justify His Large Number Of Executive Orders


President Joe Biden said Tuesday that there has been “a lot of talk, with good reason” about the high number of executive orders he has signed and added that he wasn’t “making new law,” but “eliminating bad policy.”

Biden addressed the press in the Oval Office prior to signing three new executive orders geared towards rolling back immigration policies from former President Donald Trump’s administration.

“Today I’m going to sign a few executive orders to strengthen our immigration system, building on the executive actions I took on day one to protect dreamers and to end the Muslim ban and better manage our borders. And that’s what these three different executive orders are about,” Biden began.

Biden has signed a record number of executive orders since taking office on Jan. 20, after he pledged on the campaign trail to seek “consensus” and criticized his fellow Democrats for planning to rely too heavily on executive orders to accomplish their policy goals. He also stated … (Read more)

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