Trump Rocks It On ObamaCare, Iran And UNESCO In The Best 24 Hours Of His Presidency!
In an editorial for Townhall, analyst Guy Benson argues that President Trump has just made 3 of the wisest decisions of his Presidency…all in one day.
First, Trump revoked restrictions in the Affordable Care Act in a tactical way that will force Congress to act on the imploding law:
Congressional Republicans’ least bad remaining option appears to be shepherding through a “fix” for the broken law that restores these stabilizing pay-offs to insurers in exchange for some modest reforms. Lamar Alexander and Patty Murray have been working on the contours of such a bill for some time now. Just as with DACA, Congress must act to prevent unjust and harmful outcomes from taking effect after illegal Obama power-grabs disappear. But also just as with DACA, this is the job of Congress, not the executive branch. As you hear table-pounding over the adverse effects of Trump’s move here, including anger over the people it will hurt, and how unpopular it is (ridiculous poll questions aside), re-read the tweets above. Obama’s policy was against the law. We are a nation of laws.
Second, Benson argues that Trump made exactly the right move on Iran.
The President did not fully decertify the Iran deal (yet) but outlined a list of policy measures.
Those measures are being called “a complete 180” from Obama’s passive and disastrous treatment of Iran:
Core elements of new WH Iran strategy—> a very welcome, total 180 from the Obama years. pic.twitter.com/KuEniZNADy
— David Reaboi (@davereaboi) October 13, 2017
Finally, Benson argues that Trump’s refusal to participate in UNESCO (along with Israel) may be controversial, but it’s a long time coming considering the body’s horrible anti-Semitic racism:
— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) October 12, 2017
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