The Washington Post reviewed "every possible regulatory change" that was made during Donald Trump's tenure as the President of the United States of America.
They found that NOT ONE had anything to do with the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.
"We decided to examine every possible regulatory change made under Trump that could be related to the accident and assess whether it could have made an impact," Glenn Kessler said in a Washington Post review.
The review was inspired by full-time clown and part-time administration official Pete Buttigieg, who falsely claimed that a "a proposed rule withdrawn in 2018 (under the Trump administration) had contributed to the train disaster in Ohio."
So, the Washington Post decided to review ALL of them.
And wouldn't you know, it turns out Buttigieg was wrong. It turns out the only thing old Pistol Pete is good at is getting his husband jobs he didn't deserve.