Sean Hannity weighed-in Thursday night on Joe Biden’s busy week; saying the new President’s flurry of Executive Orders will create “life-changing” problems for countless Americans in the years ahead.
“It’s after 9pm in our nation’s capital. That means Joe Biden is likely fast asleep. It’s been a busy week for Joe. He signed a record 40 Executive Orders and Actions after just nine days in office. He’s tripled the number signed by Trump, Obama, and Bush combined at this point in their presidencies,” said Hannity.
“The consequences will be severe… Even the New York Times Editorial Board encouraged Biden to ease up. These actions will cause life-changing problems,” he added.
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BACKLASH: Press Sec Says ‘You Took President’s Comments Out of Context’ on Executive Actions
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki continued to deflect criticism Thursday of President Biden’s flurry of Executive Actions; telling reporters “you took the President’s comments a bit out of context.”
“I’m trying to reconcile this… Because he said there was limitations on the use of Executive Actions… Does this suggest that Biden sees himself as a benevolent dictator?” asked one reporter.
“I think you took the president’s comments a bit out of context…,” said the Press Secretary.
.@PressSec is asked how President Biden reconciles his record number of executive orders with his comments on the campaign trail saying that you need consensus to govern or you're a dictatorship:
"I think you took the president's comments a bit out of context…" pic.twitter.com/ACw33wM9aH
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) January 28, 2021
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BIDEN CAVES: President Backtracks on ‘Immigration Executive Orders’ After Flurry of Actions Draw Criticisms
President Joe Biden is reportedly “backing off” a series of Executive Orders on immigration after members of the media and some politicians fiercely criticized his use of “executive actions” during his first week in office.
“The White House is delaying the signing of a number of immigration-related executive orders that would rescind a number of Trump-era policies, Fox News has learned — just as a potential bipartisan immigration bill is beginning to take shape on the Hill,” reports Fox News.
“President Biden was expected to sign a number of immigration-related orders on Friday, including one that would establish a task force to reunify families separated at the border, and another to increase refugee admissions. Biden has previously said he wants to increase the annual refugee intake from 15,000 to 125,000,” adds Fox.