Some of Trump’s actions can be undone relatively easily, legal scholars and former judges and justice officials say. Others require laborious rule-making or slow-moving litigation. For Biden allies hoping to make a fast start, choosing priorities is daunting. “It’s like a tornado passed through, just wreckage everywhere,” said T. Alexander Aleinikoff, director of the Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility at the New School in New York. “Policies that took years to put in place are in ruins. Where do you start?”
Biden Will Try to Unmake Trump’s Immigration Agenda. It Won’t Be Easy.
Julia Preston, The Marshall Project, November 23, 2020