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Trump Considering Executive Orders on China, Immigration, Manufacturing

President Donald Trump is considering a number of executive orders, including one that would help reset the balance between the United States and China, chief of staff Mark Meadows said Monday.

“Were going to be looking at how we make sure China is addressed, how we bring manufacturing back from overseas to make sure the American worker is supported,” Meadows said during an appearance on “Fox & Friends.”

“Were also going to look at a number of issues as it relates to immigration. Were going to look at a number of issues at it relates to prescription drug prices. And were going to get them done when Congress couldnt get them done.”

“This president will do more in the next four weeks than Joe Biden and his team did in the last 40 years,” he claimed.

In a gaggle outside the White House, the chief of staff also said Trump would look at resetting the balance between the United States and China.

The orders will come as Congress fails to act on a number of issues, Meadows charged.

“Its apparent that theyre not willing to stay here and get the peoples work done,” he said. “In fact, theyre disappearing for almost three weeks. I dont know that in this particular environment, that you can stand by and say, We can just take a three week vacation. Most Americans dont get that.”

The House of Representatives and Senate adjourned this week. Senators plan to reconvene on July 20.

The House, which has started conducting some business remotely, is also scheduled to reconvene that day.

Lawmakers are negotiating on what will be included in the next CCP virus-related package. Both sides say the hope is to pass the package later this month.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) told reporters last week that at least one committee would remain in Washington during the next two weeks to do work. [delete]

“Many people will be here. Some will be virtual, some of it hybrid, some of it actual, some of the virtual. Well see. But Congress will be intenRead More From Source

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