Just before leaving office, President Trump rescinded his 2017 executive order which limited lobbying by former government officials:
In the final hours of his term, President Donald J. Trump rescinded early Wednesday an executive order he had issued years earlier to bar former White House employees from lobbying the government after they leave their jobs. ...
The original order issued in 2017 was one of the few concrete steps that Mr. Trump took in his pledge to “drain the swamp.”
It expanded on rules adopted during the Obama administration and included a five-year ban for former officials lobbying the agencies they once worked for.
Since "draining the swamp" was one of his core promises, and this EO was one of the few broadly popular parts of his legacy, is there any explanation for why he did this as what is, essentially, his last action in office? Was there any official explanation?