One thing that you have to give to Joe Biden is that at least he is good at being crooked.
And what not? He’s certainly had enough experience. He is one of those people that has been around for so long that he knows how to break every rule that exists and then cover it up like a cat in a litter box to make sure that nobody ends up seeing that he did anything until it is too late.
One of the things that you would hope for with an incoming administration, if that is where this ends up, is that there would be some continuation of what goes on. Some kind of continuity between incoming and outgoing.
However, the way Biden wants to start things out is if you were reading a novel set in the Old West and in the middle of the story, for no reason at all, the setting switched to the French Revolution.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is making his agenda clear. His pick for White House Press Secretary has announced that an executive order will be signed on January 20 to halt regulations issued by President Donald Trump in the final weeks of his first term.
One example given by Psaki is a final rule dealing with the classification of independent contractors that is expected to be published by the Department of Labor before January 20.
Biden’s executive order “would potentially freeze this rule and not allow it to be implemented,” she said.
“Issuing a regulatory freeze is standard practice for an incoming administration, but this freeze will apply not only to regulations, but also guidance documents, documents that can have enormous consequences on the lives of American people,” Psaki added.
Joe Biden‘s allies in Congress are also attempting to fight actions taken by President Trump since the election.
New York Democrat Representative Carolyn Maloney, chairwoman of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, along with other lawmakers has introduced the Midnight Regulations Review Act. This act would require that the Government Accountability Office provide Congress with a list of major rules enacted during the end of a presidential administration that are able to be repealed by Congress through the Congressional Review Act.
The White House has not yet commented on this announcement.