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GOP Deals Another Blow To Obama's Legacy

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Congress has so far had trouble with big swings at undoing Obama's legislative legacy. But President Donald Trump and the GOP have still found ways to chip away at Obama's legacy. Most recently, that came in the form of the Wall Street deregulation bill passed Tuesday. President Trump said he will sign the bill. It eliminates some — but not all — of the Dodd-Frank Act's banking rules. Sen. Mitch McConnell said the bill will provide "relief from Obama-era overregulation."

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