More executive action by the king.
Check this one out:
Hmm. Didn’t Obama just say that he won’t act unilaterally on immigration reform? Why, then, didn’t White House spokesman Josh Earnest rule out the possibility of using executive actions?
Speaking to reporters Tuesday, Earnest said: “I don’t want to speculate about what sort of actions the president might or might not take.”
The Hill provides the context:
Obama has come under pressure from immigration activists, who have challenged the president to act unilaterally now that a comprehensive immigration bill appears stalled in the House. The president was heckled twice during events in San Francisco on Monday while discussing immigration reform, with protesters each time demanding an end to deportations via executive order.