Trump: Slashing Regulations Boosted Economy More Than Tax Cuts

Washington Examiner cites senior fellow Clyde Wayne Crews on Trump-era regulations:

What’s more, CEI’s Clyde Wayne Crews reported that the administration issued the fewest new rules since the government began counting them in 1975.

“It is a notable achievement that all three of the lowest-ever annual rule counts belong to Trump. This an even more significant development given that some of Trump’s ‘rules’ are rules written to get rid of or replace other rules,” Crews said, explaining that rules are “any federal agency action affecting the public, that’s not a law from Congress as it often should be.”

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