Donald Trump cannot wait to get the country back open for business and revive the economy. He sees the economy as a key role in his re-election campaign. He’s willing to kick start businesses across the nation despite the fact that the coronavirus is still killing Americans.
On Tuesday, Trump announced that he had signed an executive order that he claims is designed to help businesses recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
During a White House meeting with cabinet members, Trump said the order “gives you tremendous power to cut regulation.”
“I’m directing agencies to review the hundreds of regulations we’ve already suspended in response to the virus and make these suspensions permanent where possible,” he said.
The order is about “instructing federal agencies to use any and all authority to waive, suspend and eliminate unnecessary regulations that impede economic recovery,” Trump stated before he signed it with a very large black felt pen.
Throughout his presidency, Trump has made nixing regulations, especially if they were put into place by Barack Obama’s administration.