Congressmen King And Jeffries Square Off Over Executive Action

(Washington, DC) -- Executive action is the latest issue Republicans and Democrats are having a hard time agreeing on. In an appearance on "Fox News Sunday," Republican Representative Steve King of Iowa accused President Obama of violating the Constitution by making up any law he wants without Congressional approval.
On the same program, Democratic Representative Hakeem Jeffries of New York said the President has used executive action less often when compared to recent presidents.
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Iowa Representative Steve King says President Obama is not getting congressional approval on laws he wants passed.
New York Representative Hakeem Jeffries says Obama did not abolish any law dealing with Obamacare.
Jeffries says Obama has been stingy using executive actions.
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