Trump tried to use a series of executive orders to gut the collective bargaining rights of federal workers, but a federal judge has struck down Trump's actions.
Look, the facts are the president is not keeping his word. He signed 50 executive orders since the day he took office, which, if you do the math, is about one every five days.
The claim by Ivanka Trump that she is a force for good rang hollow as the president recently signed an executive order that would be anything but good for American women.
The new Trump order reduces the number of people targeted, but the unconstitutional intent remains the same.
"The Department of Justice will not present arguments in defense of the executive order, unless and until I become convinced that it is appropriate to do so."
Pro-ISIS social media accounts are rejoicing over Trump's latest action, saying it will help them convince more American Muslims to join their ranks.
Like most of Trump's extreme campaign-season proposals, this is one the majority of Americans consistently oppose.
While the most devoted Trump loyalists will spin this move as a win for the "pro-life" cause, the real numbers – not the alternative facts – are pretty troubling.
If the President simply adjusted the salary threshold for inflation since it was last raised in 1975, it would be a more significant income increase for over 10 million low and low middle-class American workers that raising the hourly wage to $15 per hour for the rest of the poverty-wage workforce.
Republicans are even talking about embarrassing themselves with another lawsuit, like the one that worked so well with healthcare reform
Although President's have been issuing executive orders for over 120 years, Republicans consider it the height of tyranny and dictatorial power because this President happens to be African American.
Justin Amash whined that Congress must "step up and take charge and point out when the President is going beyond his constitutional powers."
The thinking among Republicans is that this President is forbidden from issuing executive orders and they have indicated that he is abusing the authority that every other president in the modern-era.
Republican Gov. Phil Bryant of Mississippi is calling for an unconstitutional remedy for what he sees as Obama's unconstitutional use of executive orders regarding gun safety.
Republicans are threatening to impeach Obama over executive action on gun control, but many presidents have issued executive orders on gun control, including George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton.