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Joe Biden criticized his presidential primary rivals for suggesting so many executive orders to achieve their policy priorities rather than working to generate consensus.
Speaking to a crowd outside a coffee shop and beer garden in Harwich Port, Massachusetts, on Saturday, the former vice president joked that there are “87 people running for president along with me, all good people,” but noted that they talk about getting things done on day one or through executive order.
The article goes on to state the following:
“You can’t do a lot by executive order. You can do some things, but you can’t, you need to generate a consensus,” Biden said, according to a pool report.
Despite criticizing his primary competitors for relying on executive authority, Biden has also proposed using executive orders to achieve his goals.
“On day one, Biden will sign a series of new executive orders with unprecedented reach that go well beyond the Obama-Biden Administration platform and put us on the right track,” his climate change policy platform says.
Former VP @JoeBiden criticizes primary rivals for relying on executive orders for policy positions.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) August 18, 2019
To donors on Cape Cod, Biden noted today that an increasing number of his opponents often talk about getting things done on Day One by executive order.
“You can’t do a lot by executive order. You can do some things, but you can’t, you need to generate a consensus,” he said.
— Christopher Cadelago (@ccadelago) August 18, 2019
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