A President who turns too quickly to the use of executive orders may be giving away a secret desire to be the nation's legislator-in-chief. That's not a healthy way for the executive branch to be led. Executive orders can fill in the gaps where legislation left ambiguities or other holes, but they shouldn't be a course of first resort. Founding Fathers James Madison and John Adams each issued just one. And nobody would have accused them of being confused about the role of the Presidency.
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