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Prediction: Going forward after Trump is nolonger in office, history is going use the Trump presidency as historical dividing line of "Pre Trump" and "Post Trump".
Pre-Trump, many boundaries had a much higher threshold and only in rare circumstances did those lines get crossed. Pre-Trump Judges did not have a lot of reasons to over-rule presidential decisions because prior presidents vetted themselves to ensure it would be difficult for the court system to find holes in how they implemented their policies. Very little, if any, of Trump's policies get vetted by the White House prior to being rolled out, Trump is letting the court system do the vetting, thus its extremely easy for judges to find reasons support injunctions. Likely many of the legal mistakes made on part of the White House, first year law students would receive a failing grade if they were summit the exact same thing as a legal argument. And no doubt, in the Post Trump era, many of Trump's legal arguments will be used in Law schools everywhere as examples of poorly written legal arguments.
What this could mean in the post Trump era, is that future presidents make impromptu policy decisions without having it vetted, and like Trump, let the court system do the vetting. Lets hopes new laws get passed that prevent Trump's lowing of standards down to trailer trash expectation so future Presidents can't just throw crap at the legal system hoping to get a friendly Judge to support whatever is on his desk.