Can President Trump now make up laws on a whim now that he has declared himself Chief Laws Enforcer of America?
Why doesn't Trump just take over the AG position and throw Barr out on his ear?
- AgProvLv 61 month ago
ah, the first of the Enabling Acts. Watch out, America!
- 1 month ago
YOU are so uneducated it would do no good to try to explain anything to you. You would never understand anyway.
- Steel RainLv 71 month ago
The President must sign the bill for it to become law and he can veto bills he doesn't like.
- Philip HLv 71 month ago
Your crap question proves just how ignorant you truly are.
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- JeffreyLv 71 month ago
The word you are ignoring is "enforcer." The laws are passed by Congress and the Constitution requires him to see that they are enforced. Article II Section 3 of the Constitution says that the president “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed, and shall Commission all the Officers of the United States”:
- thebax2006Lv 71 month ago
President Trump is our Commander in Chief and our head law enforcement official. He doesn't make our laws...Congress does and he either signs them into law or vetoes the bills. Live with the fact that every President we've had has that duty and title.
- 1 month ago
So you don't know the difference between making laws, and enforcing laws? Anyone who went to middle school can tell you.
- DCCCLXXXVIIILv 71 month ago
AS apposed to the liberal controlled bureaucracies (deep state)(making up crap as they go) that run the day to day of The US government ………….Yes I think He should be able to.
Have a nice day. TRUMP 2020
- u_bin_calledLv 71 month ago
so we can see that "better educated" thing so-called "liberals" like to boast doesn't include topics like middle-school civics..... huh?
- Ominous CowherdLv 61 month ago
No, that would be Congress, which is the legislative branch.
Enforcement is the function of the executive branch, which is the president of the U.S.
Are you even an American? You should know about separation of powers.
He didn't "declare himself" the chief law enforcement officer, by the way. It is the Constitution that did that.