MORE WINNING! Trump Credited With California Water Deal That Benefits Farmers

Trump hasn’t even taken office yet but he’s already having a positive effect on legislation. In California, of all places! You may have heard they were having a water problem out west due to a clash between environmentalists and farmers. No more.

The Sacramento Bee reports:

Donald Trump forces a California water deal without lifting a finger

California’s politicians and pundits – including this one – have been busily speculating on what effect a Donald Trump presidency could have on a state that rejected him overwhelmingly.

Well, we saw the first major impact last week, without Trump even lifting a finger.

A compromise bill that, in effect, reallocates federally controlled water in California – much to the delight of farmers and the dismay of environmentalists – won final congressional approval Friday.

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Hammered out by Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Bakersfield’s Kevin McCarthy, the Republican leader of the House, it broke a half-decade-long political logjam over the issue, and there is little doubt that uncertainty over Trump’s attitude was its driving force.

Feinstein obviously decided that a compromise now would be better than taking a chance on what the Republicans who control both houses of Congress and Trump might do on water once he was inaugurated.

Just wait until he takes office.

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He hasn’t even gotten started yet!

 

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