An executive order may be nullified:
1. By SCOTUS.
2. By a 2/3 vote of congress.
3. By another executive order. Presidents may supercede or nullify executive orders of their predecessors. Case in point: See Obama executive order 13491 revoking Bush II executive order 13440.
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