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Topic - J. Chen
"Are you going to say that [a Republican's] action is unacceptable just because the intent is different?" he said. "The outcome is the same."
Lanhee J. Chen, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, said executive authority could be an effective tool, even if Democrats lambaste any Republican president's attempts to delay or change part of the law.