One of Donald Trump’s few universally welcomed campaign promises was to do something about the prices of pharmaceutical drugs. Most Americans recognize that prices are too high, and are bothered by the rise of pharmaceutical price gouging. But what few people realize is that the president already has the power to do something about drug prices if he really wants to.

You can find the rest of this op-ed, which appeared in The New York Times and was written by Tim Wu, a Columbia University law school professor, at this link.