Former White House staffer says GOP should fight back on Biden action, Trump impeachment
President Biden’s record number of executive orders is not focused on putting America and the people, former White House chief Mark Meadows told “Sunday Morning Futures”.
“I can tell you, it’s not about America first, it’s about America last,” he said. “And we need to make sure that we fight back on behalf of the American people.”
Meadows said the orders, which were written by particularly interested lobbyists, go against the “very heart of America”, including standards on energy, immigration and foreign relations.
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To revert to the president’s actions, Medo said the GOP should be “more aggressive” in Texas and suggest inciting lawsuits and ensure that the American voice is heard after the closure of the Keystone XL pipeline .
“The Biden we have says that he wants to be united, but that’s the kind of approach that Joe Biden-go-it-alone,” he said. “We need to make sure that we challenge it at every turn.”
“We’ve got many Trump-appointed justices in office who need to uphold the rule of law and, ultimately, give this right back to Congress where it belongs.”
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The former White House staffer also encouraged the ongoing fight against Trump’s “unconstitutional” second impeachment, which Meadows said was only designed for House Democrats to gain “political vengeance” and “have a viral moment.” is.
“All kinds of faults are happening here and there but there is no complete accountability yet,” he said. “There needs to be a rest with that accountability where it should ultimately be and it’s on Capitol Hill.”
Even though Trump is now considered a private citizen, Meadows said Democrats will continue to conduct “political theater” by running a trial on 9 February.
“The American people don’t have,” he said. “This is a violation of the due process. It is not what our founding fathers established, and it sets a very bad precedent for future officeholders.”