Trump’s Promises: Can He Deliver?

Opinion: The president-elect cannot constitutionally accomplish many of his vows alone.

, The National Law Journal

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Now that Donald Trump has won the presidency, one big question is whether he can deliver on his promises.

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  • Observer who greatly resents the ALM limited teasers

    Well, Alan, let‘s hope President Trump has the cooperation of the Congress to deliver on rescinding everything that needs to be rescinded, like all that EPA, NAFTA, and TPP crap; that he and the Congress legislate nationwide firearms licensing and health insurance, etc. Trump is probably more liberal than he made out to be during the primary season, so we‘ll likely keep the good stuff like same-sex marriage and abortion rights. But it remains to be seen what kind of supreme or supremes he nominates--and, if they‘re not of the Scalia mold, whether they‘ll be confirmed.

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