My answer to Explain to me -a world citizen outside the US- why US Trump voters ignore all his actions which make h…
Answer by Ken Larson:
His actions are not being ignored.
They are being processed through a tripartite (balance of power between 3 bodies) form of government that is the basis for the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.
THE RULE OF LAW`
A body of representatives (Congress) elected by the people makes the laws.
The Administration (President) and the Congress are sworn to uphold those laws. Only congress can change the laws. A President can veto a law, but Congress can override a veto with a majority vote.
When interpretation of actions by the President or a member of Congress against the above rule of law is required, the Federal Judiciary rules on the interpretation. The highest level of The Judiciary is the Supreme Court.
The States also have a role in the above. In recent Federal Judiciary interpretive actions of Presidential Directives the States have brought legal action against the Federal Government and the Administration, alleging violations of law and the Constitution. Thus far, the Federal Judiciary has ruled in favor of the States. The rulings are in the process of being appealed or the President can choose to revise the directives to comply with the Federal Judiciary rulings.