Wednesday morning sounded like this: Donald Trump’s camp cheering, Hillary Clinton’s camp mourning.
But listen close, and there was another sound percolating in the background – a strange one that hasn’t been heard among the swells of bombast and arrogance that’s emanated from the White House over the last near-eight years. What is it?
It’s the distinct audio of a president’s policies hitting the floor.
“Trump’s stunning victory,” USA Today wrote, “was nothing less than a repudiation of the Obama presidency.”
Oh how true.
Now on the chopping block, ready for Trump’s machete, are President Obama’s pet projects:
- Open Borders
- Climate Change
- Coal Mining
- Business Regulation
- And much more.
“With Republicans maintaining control of the House and Senate, President-elect Trump would be in a position to repeal large parts of Obama’s legislative agenda, repeal his executive orders with a stroke of a pen and install conservative Supreme Court justices,” USA Today wrote.
What a sweet moment to be a conservative in America.
“Trump has pledge to repeal every one of them,” USA Today reminded, speaking of Obama’s immigration reform, planned health care expansions and environmental regulations.
And perhaps no one knows it better than Obama – whose bombast of a few days ago, while expecting a Clinton win, has disappeared like a puff of smoke.
This, from Obama, just a few days ago, USA Today said: “All the progress we’ve made goes out the window if we don’t win this election.”
Well, note to Obama: The window’s not just been opened. The glass has been shattered.
Source: USA Today