WSJ’s Carol Lee: First Thing Trump Will Do Is ‘Unravel’ Obama’s Legacy

‘The initial thing the Trump administration is going to do is go through all of the things President Obama did and unravel his legacy over the last eight years whether it’s executive actions or things like health care’

LEE: "Republicans have had -- they've passed a number of proposals during President Obama’s term that have been rejected and haven’t moved and they have someone who actually will sign their proposals. And so it will be interesting to see how much there actually is moved where there’s tension in terms of, you know, does Donald Trump accept what the Republicans are sending over to him and how do they compromise? Do they need to compromise? And you know, but the initial thing the Trump administration is going to do is go through all of the things President Obama did and essentially just unravel his legacy over the last eight years whether it’s executive actions or things like health care."

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