News of regulation rollbacks meant to save the average Americans about 17 billion in unnecessary fees to Wallstreet might make you think that the POTUS has a weird way of following through on his campaign promises to "drain the swamp" when it comes to Wall Street.
But if you think about what a swamp actually is, you'll see his promise makes sense.
A swamp is the very definition of a wetland. And you know what wetlands, do, right?
Wetlands "mitigate the impacts from storm damage and flooding, maintain good water quality in rivers, recharge groundwater, store carbon, help stabilize climatic conditions and control pests."
So yeah, the POTUS is draining the swamp alright, as he promised. Yay?