Between the amazing events of President Trump’s inauguration celebration, he found time to sneak into the office, whip out his pen and take the first steps into shredding up the failed, financially crushing, disastrous bill we know as “Obamacare.”
We expected this to happen soon, but Monday at the earliest. Knowing President Trump is a hard working man, it’s no surprise that he put business, and America, first.
The Hill has the story:
President Trump on Friday signed an executive order directing federal agencies to “ease the burden of ObamaCare,” according to White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
Trump signed the order in front of reporters at the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office, one of his first official acts as president.
He did not comment on the actions and no further details about them were immediately available.
Spicer told reporters at the White House the move was made as part of the “transition to repeal and replace” the former president’s signature healthcare law.
Trump has made ObamaCare repeal a top priority during his campaign and transition period. He repeatedly pledged to begin rolling back the law on his first day in the White House.
The move came just hours after Trump took the oath of office at the Capitol.
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