Promises, Promises. Or Are They Threats?

Thank you Rick

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Nearly four weeks have passed since Donald Trump became our President-Elect. Work has begun in earnest to nominate individuals to fill cabinet and other positions in the new administration. While it is still too early to tell which direction future policy decisions will take and what specific legislation may be proposed and act upon early next year, trends are beginning to demonstrate how the early stages of transition to the Trump Administration may augur depending upon an individual’s perspective.

The coming days of the lame duck Congress should prove relatively calm. With the advent of new GOP Presidential Administration, the only really pressing business before Congress this month will undoubtedly prove to be the business they have proven most reluctant to conclude throughout Obama’s tenure in office – keeping the government functioning by passing funding legislation. Expect typical shenanigans and brinkmanship to prevail once again, as they do their damnedest…

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