Joe Biden hasn’t gotten rid of Donald Trump yet.
According to Fox News, the judiciary with Trump’s fingerprints all over it have been wrecking Biden’s efforts at advancing his policies.
“Judges appointed by former President Trump have stymied President Biden’s policies on multiple fronts in the early months of the new administration, taking what experts say is a less ‘deferential’ approach to executive power as judges appointed by past presidents,” writes Tyler Olson.
“What you’re seeing is that ‘pen and phone’ initiatives are running into legal trouble right off the bat,” said Ilya Shapiro, the vice president and director of the libertarian Cato Institute’s Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies
But Shapiro didn’t stop there. She continued “Trump appointed a lot of judges — more than anyone in one term than Jimmy Carter, for whom Congress created 152 new judgeships to fill — and these folks aren’t as deferential to executive power as past Republican-appointed judges might have been.”
And that is bad news for Biden.
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