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The “Everything Terrible Trump Has Done So Far” Omnibus (Week 131)

As part of the ongoing project to catalog every awful thing the Trump Administration has done as a reference for future political arguments and whatever few posterity survives to see 2020, here’s everything awful the Trump Administration has done this week.


1494. Moved to change citizenship test

1495. Passed a new rule limiting abortion referrals

1496. Moved to slash the number of asylum seekers accepted into the US to zero

1497. Told Mueller to limit his Congressional testimony

1498. Expanded fast track deportations

1499. Proposed a rule cutting 3.1 million people from food stamps

1500. Sued by families 14 Iranians families separated by Trump's travel ban

1501. A judge blocked Trump's near total ban of asylum seekers

1502. Brought back Federal executions after two decades

1503. Blocked election security bills

1504. In his Congressional testimony Robert Mueller reiterated that the Mueller report did not exonerate Trump and he could be charged after leaving office


The biggest event this week came when Robert Mueller, in a highly charged Congressional testimony, reiterated that his probe did not exonerate Trump and that he could be charged once leaving office. Meanwhile, Trump moved to kick more than 3 million people off food stamps and reintroduced the Federal death penalty.

As always, I don’t expect to catch everything, so let me know if there’s anything you think I’ve missed. The full omnibus is being maintained here (a spreadsheet version can be found here). For an overall summary, click here.

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