Inauguration Day is a few days away, and many are preparing for and speculating what the new administration will accomplish in the next 4 to 8 years.
On AgriTalk’s Farmer Forum, Gene Millard of St. Joseph, Mo. says President-elect Trump will be working to eliminate some of President Obama’s executive orders.
“His pen is going to be awfully busy next week” said Millard.
To Jack Lavers of Glennville, Calif., the first order of business for President-elect Trump should be either GIPSA or cracking down on anti-trust laws because the beef industry, according to Lavers, is getting “hammered.”
Don Lamb of Lebanon, Ind. had a different idea. He thinks Trump should have a strong stance on Israel, whether in a statement or otherwise.
Before Trump takes control of the highest office in the U.S., Lavers reflected on President Obama’s legacy, saying regulations hurt the ag industry.
Lavers didn’t think much of the 8-year Obama presidency, saying he will “go down as probably the worst president in the history of our nation.”
Listen to the full Farmer Forum with host Mike Adams on AgriTalk above. Listen to Lavers’ full comments on the Obama legacy below.