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How Trump Can Erase Obama’s Legacy

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President Donald Trump is determined to tear down Barack Obama's legacy, piece by piece. On February 28th, Trump signed three bills into law. Two of them, H.R. 321 and H.R. 255, were feel-good symbolic resolutions declaring the importance of women in science and engineering. Neither bill had any effect on policy. Politically, the president clearly welcomed the inevitable media images of him signing laws about women in front of a group of women. Trump signed the third bill in private. It is H.J.

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