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Why Democratic AG Suing Trump Adm. at Record Pace Won't Work:

Oh wait a minute. Boo hoo, hoo..Where is Eric Garland? Wait a minute.. just had nasty gas spells from laughing too hard.

Firstly, Trump has had 100% court victories so far in the Supreme Court. Secondly, you can't sue a president for undoing another moron's ill advised executive orders. Executive orders are non legislative binding, not set in stone or legally binding.

Thirdly, you can't sue against unelected beurocrats, like the FCC on issues they vote for or recind for.

Laws are made through congress and signed by the president to be carved on stone, like Obamacare. The only one, and Obama worst congressional agenda and achievement made during his 8 years as prez.

That's what you get from an idiot that once claimed he had a pen and a phone, who once thought to bypass the legislative branch, congress to enact laws. Yep. Most Obama supposed laws are no laws, they never were legally binding. Oh.. Boo..hoo..hoo..

Democratic AGs sue Trump at record pace

Democratic attorneys general in a handful of states are mounting a fierce battle against President Trump’s government, filing almost 50 lawsuits that have bogged down some of the administration’s key initiatives.
The wave of lawsuits, Democrats say, is the product of an unprecedented effort to coordinate legal actions across state lines, both to defend Obama-era rules and to block what they see as Trump’s overreach.
“Is it fair to say a big part of my day now involves the Trump administration? Yes,” said Bob Ferguson (D), Washington’s attorney general. “If this administration continues on a path of ignoring federal law and the Constitution, then they’ll see us in court. And, frankly, they’ll continue to lose.”

Democrats barely waited for members of the Trump administration to find their offices before they began filing suits. On Jan. 23, just three days after Trump’s inauguration, a group of eight attorneys general sued the administration over emissions standards for middle- and heavyweight vehicles. Another group of 16 states and the District of Columbia sought to intervene in a case weighing the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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