President Barack Obama’s foreign policy legacy relies partly on a foundation of unilateral actions. Successor Donald Trump could reverse these actions with a signature. President Obama used executive authorities that provided a legal path around a Republican-controlled Congress dedicated to blocking his agenda. Trump frequently contradicted himself during the campaign, and made it difficult to know which policies he would pursue. Key constraints include budget caps, laws he cannot undue without Congress, and the pressure he will face to replace policies he abandons.
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